FEAST ETERNAL: More Details Revealed About 'Prisons Of Flesh' Reissue
Open Grave Records has unveiled more details about the reissue of FEAST ETERNAL's "Prisons of Flesh" album, due on December 5. 'Prisons of Flesh" will be re-released with its original artwork and tracks. It will also feature two newly recorded songs, "Serpents Proclaim" and "Rage of Angels".
FEAST ETERNAL was formed in the winter of 1992 by ex-INFESTED members John Greenman and T.J. Humlinski. The lineup was completed in October 1993 by the addition of drummer Matt Skrzypczak.
In early 2000, FEAST ETERNAL released their debut album, "Prisons of Flesh", which was met with critical acclaim and produced a loyal fan base. However due to personal reasons, John left the band before FEAST was able to proceed with future endeavors, putting the band on hold for a long period of time.
Fast forward to June 2006. The remaining members of FEAST ETERNAL (T.J. and Matt) made their presence known again within the scene and began writing material for a new FEAST ETERNAL album, tentatively due in early 2007 on Open Grave Records.
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