NERVECELL: 'Preaching Venom' Release Date Announced
Dubai-based death/thrash metal act NERVECELL will release its new album, "Preaching Venom", on April 1 via Music Master in the Middle East and North Africa region.
"Preaching Venom" features PSYCROPTIC's David Haley (also of THE AMENTA, RUINS) on drums. The CD was mixed at Hertz Studio (VADER, DECAPITATED, HATE) in Poland by Wieslawscy Bros. and was mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music (SEPULTURA, SUFFOCATION, UNEARTH) in New Windsor, New York. The album's artwork was created by Dennis Sibeijn (ABORTED, ALL SHALL PERISH, JOB FOR A COWBOY).
NERVECELL has uploaded two songs from "Preaching Venom" "Flesh & Memories" and "Vicious Circle of Bloodshed" on the band's MySpace page.
You can watch studio footage from the making of "Preaching Venom" below.
"Preaching Venom" track listing:
01. As They Reign & Slither
02. Vicious Circle of Bloodshed
03. Flesh & Memories
04. For Every Victim Fallen
05. Beyond Our Sins
06. Haute Monde Facade
09. Vastlands of Abomination
10. Existence Ceased
For more details visit www.myspace.com/nervecell.
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