French webzine VS-Webzine.com has uploaded a full-length MP3 of the title track from IMMOLATION's new album, "Harnessing Ruin", at this location. A video for the song, directed by the Dutch production company Lowlife Media (EXODUS, PRIMAL FEAR, ABORTED), can be downloaded here."Harnessing Ruin" is scheduled for release in the U.S. on March 22 via Olympic Recordings/Century Media. The U.S. edition of the album will include the "Harnessing Ruin" video plus a CD containing selections from artists on the Olympic and Century Media rosters. The album, which was recorded at Millbrook Sound Studios with Paul Orofino producing, will be issued is Europe through Listenable Records as a deluxe limited-edition digipack, jewel case CD and limited-edition hand-numbered vinyl LP. This new album marks the recording debut with the group of their new drummer Steve Shalaty.
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