EXORCISM: Video Teaser For Debut Album
A video teaser with behind-the-scenes and studio footage for the forthcoming, as-yet-untitled full-length debut album from heavy doom metallers EXORCISM, featuring the song "Zero G" that appears on the CD, can be seen below.
EXORCISM, which features in its ranks guitarist Joe "Shredlord" Stump (RAVEN LORD, ZVEKAN, HOLYHELL), will release its first CD in the spring via GoldenCore Records/ZYX Music.
EXORCISM's music is "doomy and lush while it flows lava like down your spine," according to a press release. "[It features] dark-themed lyrics and melodies that could haunt you for life."
Csaba Zvekan (RAVEN LORD, ex-KILLING MACHINE) - Vocals
Joe Stump (RAVEN LORD, HOLYHELL) - Guitar
Lucio Manca (RAVEN LORD, ex-SOLID VISION) - Bass
Garry King (ACHILLEA) - Drums
Zvekan comments: “We're totally excited, having found the right home with GoldenCore, and are looking forward to unleash these tracks very soon."
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