INHUMAN: Two New Songs Posted Online

Brooklyn, New York's INHUMAN, the hardcore band featuring AGNOSTIC FRONT members Joseph James and Steve Gallo, has posted two new tracks on its MySpace page. The songs "The Dream Is Not Dead" and "Grindhouse" come off the group's forthcoming release on I Scream Records, "Last Rites", due on September 11 in the U.S. and September 14 in Europe. The CD was recorded earlier this year at The Wild Arctic studio by Dean Baltulonis, who has worked with SICK OF IT ALL, MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD and MADBALL.

"Last Rites" track listing:

01. Last Rites
02. Fashist
03. Heretic
04. What You Wanted
05. Mania
06. The Dream Is Not Dead
07. A Fine Line
08. Ghost
09. Grindhouse
10. Bitter & Jaded
11. The Lost

INHUMAN will play dates along the East Coast in September/October and heading to Europe in early 2008.


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