LIFELESS To Re-Release Debut In June Via IBEX MOON
German death metallers LIFELESS will re-release their debut album, "Beyond The Threshold OF Death", on June 8 via Ibex Moon Records. The CD, which was originally self-released by the group in 2008, was produced and recorded by the bandmembers themselves. The mastering was handled by Vesa Kenttäkumpu from Swedish death metallers EVOCATION.
According to a press release, LIFELESS "has emptied its arsenal on an album that reminds of both the early Stockholm and Tampa death metal scenes. Though the song-first approach ensures an impacting listening experience, it is the riff firefights, guitar solo bombing runs, the crunching marches into battle, the speedy gallops across scorched earth, and the overwhelming force of this war machine that will leave one shell shocked and horrorstruck. War may be hell, but LIFELESS is certain death. Put on a helmet and flak jacket, push play, and take the full force of the shrapnel blast that is 'Beyond The Threshold Of Death'."
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/lifelessdeathmetal.
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