A brand-new three-song demo recording from DEAD TO THIS WORLD, the solo project of Norwegian musician Iscariah (IMMORTAL, NECROPHAGIA, THE CLAN DESTINED), has been uploaded at MySpace.com.Formed in Bergen, Norway, in 2002, DEAD TO THIS WORLD sees Iscariah's return to the ancient speed/thrash/black metal underground. This demo was recorded on April 23 of at Voltage Studios in Bradford, U.K. A limited edition hand-numbered promo package of 150 copies will be sent out to relevant and potential sources in the scene, but will not be available for sale to the public. The debut album will be recorded this summer and a lineup for live shows will be announced shortly. Heavy collaboration with French cult artist Chris Moyen (BLASPHEMY, BEHERIT, BLACK WITCHERY, etc.) is in the works for merchandise, upcoming releases and possibly a strictly limited vinyl release as well.
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