Former MORBID ANGEL Guitarist, CANNIBAL CORPSE Singer Team Up In PATHS OF POSSESSION

Florida's PATHS OF POSSESSION, the new band featuring former MORBID ANGEL guitarist Richard Brunelle and CANNIBAL CORPSE frontman George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher, will release a limited-edition split CD (also featuring Ft. Pierce, Florida's DARK FAITH) on June 19 through Splattergod Records.

Formerly known as SWOLLEN, PATHS OF POSSESSION's contribution to the CD will consist of "six slabs of unholy blasphemy that is sure to rip your face off," according to an official press release. Only 1,000 copies of the album will be pressed and distributed worldwide.

Pre-orders for the 12-song CD are now being accepted at this location. Wholesale inquiries, show and festival appearance inquiries, as well as interview requests, may be forwarded to: [email protected]

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