DEVOURMENT: Another New Song Posted Online
Reformed Texas-based underground death metallers DEVOURMENT have uploaded another new song, entitled "Tomb of Scabs" at www.myspace.com/devourment. The track comes off the group's brand new album, "Butcher the Weak", available now via the band's official web site, www.devourment.us.
"Butcher the Weak" track listing:
01. Butcher the Weak
02. Masturbating at the Slab
03. Serial Cocksucker
04. Tomb of Scabs
05. Autoerotic Asphyxiation
06. Anal Electrocution
07. Fuck Her Head Off
DEVOURMENT recently announced that Majewski has taken over the vocal duties in the group after the departure of original frontman Wayne Knupp. Ruben Rosas, who had initially taken Knupp's place on the band's 1999 full-length release "Molesting the Decapitated" (United Guttural), has moved from vocals to full-time guitar duties, replacing original guitarist Brian "Brain" Wynn. In addition, former SUTURE and current SCARLINE/RHOME drummer Erik Park has replaced longtime DEVOURMENT skinsman Brad Fincher.
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