DEADSOUL TRIBE — the group led by former PSYCHOTIC WALTZ frontman Buddy Lackey (a.k.a. Devon Graves) — has revealed the cover artwork for its upcoming album, "A Lullaby for the Devil". Check it out at this location. The complete track listing for the effort is as follows:
02. Goodbye City Life
03. Here Come the Pigs
04. Lost In You
05. A Stairway to Nowhere
06. The Gossamer Strand
07. Any Sign at All
09. Further Down
10. A Lullaby for the Devil
The initial pressing of the album will include a multimedia section with acoustic live material.
Lackey previously stated about the music on "A Lullaby for the Devil", "It will sound quite a bit different than the previous DEADSOUL albums, in that the songs are generally much faster-paced, and quite a bit more, progressive, quite a bit more aggressive, and quite a bit more metal. There are also some songs which would have been on the 'calmer' disc, which have a smokey, more experimental ambience. There is also a particularly noteworthy instrumental composed for lead flute."
"A Lullaby for the Devil" will be released on September 11 via InsideOut Music.
DEADSOUL TRIBE released its fourth album, "The Dead Word", in November 2005 via InsideOut Music.
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