GODSIC: First Two Songs Released

GODSIC, the new band featuring former CONSTRUCDEAD and current CARNAL FORGE members, has released the first two songs from its upcoming debut album, "As The Heavens Burn". Check out the tracks "Scars Inside" and "Premeditation" below. Both songs were mixed and mastered by Petri Kuusisto (CARNAL FORGE, DIE DIVINE), who makes a a guest appearance on "Premeditation" on lead guitar.

"Scars Inside":


GODSIC features Peter Tuthill (vocals), Rickard Dahlberg (guitar), Chris Barkensjö (drums) and Thomas Wallander (bass; ex-CONSTRUCDEAD).

"As The Heavens Burn" is tentatively due in late spring via an as-yet-undisclosed record label.

Commented the group: "We hope you all enjoy the songs as much as we do, and we are looking forward to putting 'As The Heavens Burn' out there for all of you new and old fans. We can't wait to get out on the road with this new killer album!"

For more information, visit the band's newly launched official web site, www.godsic.net.


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