DEAD BEYOND BURIED To Release 'Inheritors Of Hell' In April
U.K. death metallers DEAD BEYOND BURIED will release their second album, "Inheritors Of Hell", on April 5 through Siege Of Amida Records. The CD was recorded and a produced by the bandmembers themselves and was mastered by Tim Turan (BEHEMOTH, CANNIBAL CORPSE). The cover artwork was designed by Khaosart (MORBID ANGEL).
The song "A King Amongst Slaves" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
DEAD BEYOND BURIED will be main support for Swedish monsters INSISION on their U.K. tour in February.
DEAD BEYOND BURIED released its first album, "Condemned to Misery", in 2007 through Siege of Amida Records.
"Inheritors Of Hell" track listing:
01. Relentless Dead Machine
02. A King Amongst Slaves
03. Funeral Of The Cursed Men
04. Blood Soaked Earth
05. The Many Names Of Nothing
06. The Last War
07. Inheritors Of Hell
08. Transcendence Of Death
09. The Overcoming
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