ATOMIZER To Enter Studio In Late November
Australian black/death/thrash metallers ATOMIZER will enter the studio in late November to begin recording their fifth album, "Caustic Music for the Spiritually Bankrupt", tentatively due in early 2006. The album's track listing is shaping up as follows:
01. Intro: Caustic Transmissions
02. The Shroud Will Be Lifted
03. The Flowering Spores Of Imagination
04. Science: The Great Usurper
05. Intro/Rats Into Paradise
06. One Single Bone
08. Is There Such A Thing As A Smooth Transition From Life Into The Eye Of Armageddon
09. The Inevitable Mutiny
10. A Song Of Blood (Epicus Doomicus Atomicus)
The album will have a playing time of approximately 38-44 minutes and will be released by Hells Headbangers on CD and LP formats. "We will some day record and release our [projected] fourth album, 'Songs to Swing To', but it's going to take what I would describe as some sort of cosmic realignment before this can be realized," the band write on their web site. "The album is written and ready to record, but often things are not so simple.
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