Greek death metallers GOD.FEAR.NONE have completed recording their new album, "Over Black Clouds". The CD contains 11 new songs of technical and melodic death metal, plus three re-recordings of songs taken from the "Vultures" album, which was released in 2007 (available only through iTunes and Uppercut Music).
"Over Black Clouds" features international guest musicians such as Ahrue Luster (guitar; ILL NINO, ex-MACHINE HEAD), Steve Smyth (guitar; FORBIDDEN, ex-NEVERMORE, TESTAMENT), Rob Arnold (guitar; CHIMAIRA) and Thomas Englund (vocals; EVERGREY). The CD's cover artwork is inspired by the classic death metal releases of the '80s and '90s and is a creation of the Canadian artist Neal Blevins from the Miramax company, which has released such animated movies as "Toy Story", "Finding Nemo" and "Ratatuille".
Songtitles set to appear on "Over Black Clouds", among others:
* "Becoming Nothing"
* "Ghost Of A Chance"
* "Half A Man"
* "War Lost"
* "The Devour"
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/godfearnone.
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