Arlington Heights, Illinois-based death metallers ENFORSAKEN have uploaded their cover of the CARCASS classic "Incarnated Solvent Abuse" on their MySpace.com page at this location. "Some of you may have already heard [this recording], some not," the band write in a statement. "We recorded it way back in 2000 with original drummer Pat O'Keefe. No pro tools, no Britney Spears studio magic etc. It's raw, sloppy and shitty...just the way it should be! This track originally appeared on the European version of our 2001 CD, 'Embraced By Misery' (Lifeforce Records), as a hidden track."ENFORSAKEN's new album, "Sinner's Intuition", is scheduled for release on March 7 via Crash Music Inc.. The follow-up to 2004's "Forever Endeavor" (Olympic/Century Media) was recorded at Studio One in Racine, Wisconsin with engineer/owner Chris Djuricic and assistant Aaron Brigman. The album was mastered at The Bolier Room Studios in Chicago, IL with Collin Jordan. "Sinner's Intuition" will feature back-up vocals from Swedish multi-instrumentalist/producer Dan Swanö (EDGE OF SANITY, BLOODBATH, PAN THY MONIUM).
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