EXSECRATUS: Debut Album Samples Available
Finnish metal band EXSECRATUS has posted audio samples from its upcoming debut album, "Tainted Dreams", on its MySpace page.
"Tainted Dreams" is due on September 3 via Violent Journey Records. According to a press release, "These young masters of melodic metal combine influences from band like CHILDREN OF BODOM, SONATA ARCTICA, NIGHTWISH, DIMMU BORGIR and lots and lots of other big names. The male-female vocal combos work together like a machine, as well as the melodies and heart pounding riffs compel the listeners to bang their heads."
"Tainted Dreams" track listing:
01. Path to the Bliss
03. In Death's Arms
04. Under the Winter's Moon
05. For You
06. Final Assault - The Beginning
08. Last Fall
10. My Last Fight
Emmi Silvennoinen - Keyboards
Leeni-Maria Hovila - Vocals
Timo Kauhajärvi - Bass
Tony Hentilä - Guitars
Olli Mattila - Guitars
J. Raatikainen - Drums
For more information, visit www.exsecratus.com.
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