DIVINE HERESY drummer Tim Yeung will rejoin his old bandmates in VITAL REMAINS for two special shows this weekend. He states, "I am stoked to get back behind the kit with these guys to perform some of the most intense songs ever. This is also a great way for me to keep up my chops and endurance while preparing to hit the road with DIVINE HERESY this fall. It's going to be a blast."

VITAL REMAINS tour dates featuring Tim Yeung:

July 04 - Hostile City Deathfest - The Arena - Philadelphia PA
July 05 - BB Kings - New York City, NY (with DEICIDE)

DIVINE HERESY will release its sophomore album, "Bringer of Plagues", in North America on July 28 via Century Media Records.

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The song "Face Breaker" is available for streaming on the group's MySpace page.

DIVINE HERESY teamed up once again with acclaimed producing team Dirty Icon (Logan Mader and Lucas Banker) who has recently produced CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, GOJIRA, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH.


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