CEPHALIC CARNAGE Near Completion Of New Record
Denver, Colorado's CEPHALIC CARNAGE is currently wrapping up the recording process on its new full-length album. The band spent most of the winter locked in their new recording studio with longtime producer/engineer Dave Otero working on its fifth full-length. Advance songtitles include "Endless Cycle of Violence", "Touched by an Angel", "Vaporized", "G.lobal O.verhaul D.vice", and "Ov Vicissitude". The still-as-yet-untitled record is expected to see a May 2007 release.
In other news, CEPHALIC CARNAGE will kick off a week's worth of Texas and New Mexico tour dates with BRUJERIA tomorrow, March 2, in El Paso, TX.
CEPHALIC CARNAGE with BRUJERIA, PINHEAD:
March 02 - El Paso, TX - House of Rock 'n' Roll
March 03 - Albuquerque, NM - Sunshine Theatre
March 08 - Austin, TX – Emo's
March 09 - San Antonio, TX - Sanctuary
March 10 - Houston, TX - Meridian
March 11 - Brownsville, TX - Chapas Bar
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