DISMEMBER: 'Pieces' Reissue To Include Bonus Live Recording
Regain Records has set a June 13 release date for the remastered and expanded version of DISMEMBER's classic "Pieces" EP. The digipack release features the following track listing:
03. I Wish You Hell
04. Carnal Tomb
05. Soon to be Dead
Bonus Tracks - Live in Stockholm in 1993 (recorded by P3 Live):
06. Torn Apart
08. Reborn in Blasphemy
10. Carnal Tomb
11. Skin Her Alive
12. Case# Obscene
13. I Wish You Hell
14. Bleed for Me
15. Deranged from Blood
As previously reported, DISMEMBER's new label Regain Records will reissue a major part of the band's back catalogue. The release dates are as follows:
June 13 – "Pieces" / "Indecent & Obscene"
June 20 – "Massive Killing Capacity" / "Death Metal"
June 27 – "Hate Campaign" / "Complete Demos"
DISMEMBER, who were previously signed to Karmageddon Media (formerly Hammerheart Records) and Nuclear Blast, are expected to begin recording the follow-up to 2004's "Where Ironcrosses Grow" later in the year.
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