NECROPHAGIA — featuring mainman Killjoy, drummer Wayne Fabra Iscariah (ex-IMMORTAL, bass), Frediablo (GORELORD/WURDULAK, guitars), Fug (WURDULAK, guitars), and Mirai Kawashima (SIGH, keyboards) — have finalized the track listing for their new album, "The Divine Art of Torture", due in February 2003 through Season Of Mist Records. It is as follows (in no particular order):
01. Ze Do Caixao
02. Upon Frayed Lips of Silence
03. Blaspheme the Body
04. Parasite Eve
05. The Sick Room
06. Flowers of Flesh & Blood
07. Conjuring The Unamable
08. Maim Attraction
09. The Divine Art of Torture
In other news, NECROPHAGIA will be touring Europe beginning March 2003. They have also signed an exclusive DVD deal with Red Stream Inc. and will begin working on videos. Proposed directors include Gunnar Hansen, Jim Van Bebber, Alex Chandon, Coffin Joe, Mike Mendez, Bob Murowski, Killjoy and Dario Argento. More info as details become finalized.
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