Swedish thrashers CORPORATION 187 will perform at L'orient in Linköping, Sweden on March 8. Also scheduled to appear is LOS SIN NOMBRE. The concert will mark CORPORATION 187's first live appearance since 2004.CORPORATION 187 will release its third album, "Newcomers of Sin", in March via Anticulture Records. The CD was recorded at the band's own studio in Linköping and was mastered on December 13, 2007 at Tailor Maid Production in Stockholm by Peter In de Betou. A track from the album, "Teaching the Sick, Feeding the Dead", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Suffer as One", "Provoking the Prophet", "Newcomers of Sin", "Madhouse", "Cardiac (Arrest)", "Virus Nation", "I'm the New Messiah" and "Question the Light". CORPORATION 187 was previously signed to Wicked World/Earache Records, which released 2002's "Perfection in Pain" and 2000's "Subliminal Fear". Watch CORPORATION 187's "Perfection in Pain" video:
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