PREJUDICE: Video Footage From New Album Recording Sessions Posted Online

Belgian death metallers PREJUDICE recently returned to Excess studio in Rotterdam, Holland to resume recording their fourth full-length effort, due later in the year via Greece's Sleaszy Rider Records. A two-minute video clip shot during the recording sessions can be viewed below.

The new CD will be entitled "Megalomanic Infest" and will contain the following 11 songs (in no particular order):

01. Improved Chaos
02. Exanimate
03. Compulsive Leech
04. Beneath The Flesh
05. Lack Of Comprehension
06. Stigmatized – Impassive
07. Terminal
08. Profane
09. Darkened
10. Prejudice
11. Die!

Artwork and layout will be handled by Pär Olofsson.

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PREJUDICE's re-releases of its previous albums (1996's "Broken Promises" [featuring the band's demo as bonus], 2001's "Reality" [which was remixed] and 2003's "Dominion of Chaos" [re-mastered]) through Sleaszy Rider Records have been delayed until later in the year.


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