A brand new DISMEMBER track, titled "Where Ironcrosses Grow", has been posted online at this location."Where Ironcrosses Grow" is the title track of DISMEMBER's long-awaited new album, due on March 8 through Holland's Karmageddon Media (formerly Hammerheart Records). The follow-up to 2000's "Hate Campaign" was recorded at Stockholm's Sami studio and features artwork by acclaimed artist Dan Seagrave (ENTOMBED, SUFFOCATION, MORBID ANGEL). Among the other cuts set to appear on the effort are "Tragedy Of The Faithful", "Sword Of Light", "Chasing The Serpent", and "Me-God". As previously reported, DISMEMBER recently issued a double DVD, "Live Blasphemies", through Escapi. The first disc contains the group's live performance from May 27, 2003 at Klubben in Stockholm, while the second disc features a 90-minute documentary/home video spanning the group's entire career.
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