KILL RITUAL: 'The Eyes Of Medusa' Cover Artwork Unveiled
San Francisco Bay Area metallers KILL RITUAL will release their second album, "The Eyes Of Medusa", on April 4 via Golden Core Records / ZYX Music. The CD was recorded at Fossil Sound in San Jose, California and Fang Studio in San Mateo, California. Production/engineering was again handled by KILL RITUAL guitarist Steven Rice. The mix and mastering were completed by Steven Rice and Andy La Rocque (KING DIAMOND). The cover artwork was created by Jobert Mello of Sledgehammer Graphix (SABATON, PRIMAL FEAR) and can be seen below.
"The Eyes Of Medusa" track listing:
01. The Eyes Of Medusa
02. Hair Trigger
03. Never Get Me
04. Ride Into The Night
05. Weight Of The World
06. Writing On The Wall
07. Just Another Sin
08. My Little Sister
10. Agenda 21
KILL RITUAL's debut album, "The Serpentine Ritual", was released in October 2012 via Scarlet Records.
KILL RITUAL is:
Josh "Crimson" Gibson - Vocals
Steven Rice (ex-IMAGIKA) - Guitar
Danyael "Laughing" Bear (ex-DARK ANGEL) - Bass
Gee Anzalone (BRAIN DAMAGE) - Drums
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