Australian grindcore act BEYOND TERROR BEYOND GRACE has posted two new tracks on the band's MySpace page. Both cuts come off the group's new album, "Our Ashes Built Mountains", which is scheduled for release on February 4. The CD features guest appearances by members of PSYCROPTIC, THE AMENTA, and RUINS, and boasts artwork by Colin Marks (ABORTED, NEVERMORE, WHITECHAPEL, SUICIDE SILENCE).

Commented the band: "We are beyond stoked with the results of the nine-month recording process, and can't wait to start playing live and touring after February! This is just the beginning of some very cool things happening for us!"

BEYOND TERROR BEYOND GRACE will tour Australia in support of ULCERATE (Willowtip/Candlelight Records). The trek will include a massive show in Sydney with PORTAL.

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