INCANTATION Records Exclusive Track For DECIBEL Magazine
Pennsylvania-based extreme metallers INCANTATION have recorded an exclusive track for Decibel magazine's Flexi Disc series, which is available only to subscribers.
For their contribution to Decibel, INCANTATION founder John McEntee dug into his vault and pulled up the tune "Degeneration" off the self-titled 1989 demo from his pre-INCANTATION tech-thrash band REVENANT. INCANTATION gave the song a proper reworking and the deathed-up, newly recorded version of the song will appear inside the December 2012 issue of Decibel.
Non-subscribers have until 9 a.m. on Wednesday, October 10 to visit DecibelMagazine.com to sign up in time to receive the disc.
INCANTATION is set to release the follow-up to 2006's "Primordial Decimation", a concept album entitled "Vanquish In Vengeance", this November on Listenable Records.
Chuck Sherwood - Bass
Alex Bouks - Guitar
Kyle Severn - Drums
John McEntee - Guitar, Vocals
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