PATHS OF POSSESSION: New Song Posted Online
PATHS OF POSSESSION, the Florida-based band fronted by CANNIBAL CORPSE vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher, has posted a new song, entitled "Memory Burn", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's third album, "The End of the Hour", due on October 16 via Metal Blade Records.
"The End of the Hour" was recorded at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida. "We recorded a cover of CANCERSLUG's 'Soulless' for a Japan track," said bassist Randy Butman. "I am excited about this disc and I believe it is a stronger release than [2005's] 'Promises in Blood' was. Once again we have the mighty Kris Verwimp doing the art and layout for the disc."
PATHS OF POSSESSION's second CD, "Promises in Blood", was released in October 2005 via Metal Blade Records. The album was recorded at Mana Recording Studios in Tampa, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, MORBID ANGEL).
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