PROMETHEAN HORDE Recording Debut EP

PROMETHEAN HORDE, the Tampa, Florida-based black/death metal band featuring members of PATHS OF POSSESSION and FALL TO PREY, is preparing to enter D.O.W. Studios in Seffner, Florida to begin recording its debut EP, "Bring Forth The Fires", for a tentative October 6, 2009 release via Death n Decay Records.

The EP will feature the following track listing:

01. Dark Black Catacomb
02. Winter Cold Within Your Soul
03. Voices Visions
04. Bring Forth The Fires
05. Ördögszereto

"Bring Forth the Fires" will feature the following recording lineup:

Nickulus (PATHS OF POSSESSION) - Vocals
Mike (LULL ME TO LARVAE) - Keyboards
Jack (PATHS OF POSSESSION) - Guitars
Jones (FALL TO PREY) - Guitars
Jechael (AMON, LULL ME TO LARVAE) - Bass
Alex (FALL TO PREY) - Drums

PROMETHEAN HORDE played its first show on July 24, 2009 at Brass Mug in Tampa and will support MOONSPELL and SAMAEL on October 14 at Czar in Tampa.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/prometheanhorde.

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