DISBELIEF: 'Heal' Artwork Unveiled
German death metallers DISBELIEF will release a 20th-anniversary album, "Heal", on May 21 via Massacre Records. The CD will contain eight songs, including three cover versions and a remake of the classic track "Shine". The first album to be recorded and mixed by the DISBELIEF members themselves, "Heal" will also feature four original compositions which "are meant to be a tribute to bands who influenced us a lot over those two decades concerning their music and attitude!!" according to the group.
"Heal" track listing:
* KILLING JOKE - "A Love Like Blood"
* KING DIAMOND - "Welcome Home"
* CRIMSON GLORY - "Red Sharks"
* Certainty Of Reality
* The Eyes of Horror
* The Last Force: Attack!
* Shine (title track of 2002 album)
"Heal" will be released with a bonus DVD containing footage of a complete DISBELIEF show from the Walpurgis Metal Days in 2009.
Check out the cover artwork below.
DISBELIEF's latest album, "Protected Hell", was released in April 2009 via Massacre Records. The LP, which was recorded at MX studio in Buchen, Germany with producer Michael Mainx, was made available as a limited-edition digipack and regular jewel case CD.
DISBELIEF's previous CD, "Navigator", was released in February 2007 via Massacre Records.
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