BREATHLESS: 'Thrashumancy' Due Next Month

Spanish thrash metal newcomers BREATHLESS will release their debut album, "Thrashumancy", on January 15, 2011 via Xtreem Music.

A press release from Xtreem states: "With a classic thrash [sound], BREATHLESS's intentions are no other than creating an intense-yet-catchy style with influences that sometimes could remind bands like CORONER, KREATOR ('Extreme Aggression' era), SABBAT (U.K.) and a varied range of speed/thrash influences specially from the good old German scene from late '80s.

"With an excellent cover artwork created by famous artist Juanjo Castellano and a crystal-clear-yet-powerful production, 'Thrashumancy' brings 13 songs that will for sure please every thrasher around."

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/breathlessarras.

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