A five-minute YouTube clip containing audio samples of the tracks that will appear on "Throes Of Absolution", the forthcoming debut album from progressive atmospheric death metallers 7 HORNS 7 EYES, can be found below. Due in North America on April 24 via Century Media Records, the CD features a guest appearance by former NEVERMORE guitarist Jeff Loomis.
The cover artwork for "Throes Of Absolution" was created by Travis Smith of Seempieces (OPETH, DEVIN TOWNSEND) and can be seen below.
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. Divine Amnesty 02. Phumis: The Falsehood of Affliction 03. The Hill Difficulty 04. Cycle of Self 05. Delusions 06. A Finite Grasp of Infinite Disillusion 07. Vindicator 08. The Winnowing 09. Regeneration
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7 HORNS 7 EYES previously released a digital single, entitled "Convalescence", which can be purchased on iTunes. In addition to the title track, the single also features two tracks from "Throes Of Absolution" ("Vindicator", "The Winnowing").
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