FOR RUIN Completes Work On New Album; Audio Samples Available

Ireland's FOR RUIN has completed work on its second album, "Last Light", for a late 2009 release via Sentinel Records. The CD was recorded in Cork with Alwyn Walker of Komodo Studios and it will feature artwork by Paul McCarroll who has previously worked with PRIMORDIAL, among others.

"Last Light" track listing:

01. Enlightened (instrumental)
02. Care Of The Dead
03. Decline
04. In Suffering
05. Solace
06. Recoil
07. Crawl (Instrum)
08. Deluge
09. Cold Call
10. Elysium

Two songs from the album — "In Suffering" and "Care of the Dead" — are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

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FOR RUIN's upcoming CD will be the first to feature bassist Pete Lawlor and original drummer Steve O'Connell, along with Drew Myers and John Murphy.


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