A new EXCITER track, entitled "Massacre Mountain", is available for streaming at this location. The song comes off the Canadian thrash metal pioneers' new album, "Thrash Speed Burn", due on February 22 via Massacre Records.
Check out the "Thrash Speed Burn" cover artwork at this location.
"Thrash Speed Burn" marks EXCITER's recorded debut with new singer Kenny "MetalMouth" Winter, who joined the band in October 2006.
The track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. Thrash Speed Burn
02. Demon's Gate
03. Evil Omen
05. In Mortal Fear
08. The Punisher
09. Massacre Mountain
10. Rot The Devil King
EXCITER last year posted a live clip of their new song "In Mortal Fear", recorded during the group's 2005 appearance at the Bang Your Head!!! festival in Balingen, Germany. Watch the video below.
EXCITER's last CD is "New Testament - Coven of Re-Recorded Classics", a collection of reworked early songs which was released in June 2004 through Osmose Productions.
EXCITER's current lineup is:
John Ricci (Guitar)
Rik Charron (Drums)
Kenny Winter (Vocals)
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