PSALM: Two New Songs Posted Online
Belgian death-black metallers PSALM have posted two new songs on their MySpace page. The tracks — "Subterranean" and "Slow-motion Collapse" — were recorded at the Blackout Multimedia Studio in Brussels with the help of ENTHRONED bassist Phorgath. Both cuts will appear on PSALM's upcoming CD, which is expected next year.
PSALM recently parted ways with guitarist Christophe Corneille (a.k.a. Algol) and replaced him with Jeffrey Tallane. The group states, "[We now have] about 4-5 songs in progress (so far written by Baron and Corvus), which will unfold a much more mature and complex extremity, along with a strong and personal identity. The band is working very hard on making these songs as powerful, original and destructive as can be!"
Thierry Dossogne (a.k.a. Mastema) - Vocals
Francois Breulet (a.k.a. Corvus) - Bass
Sylvain Baron (a.k.a. Baron) - Guitar
Donat Fatrez (a.k.a. Baal) - Drums
Jeffrey Tallane - Guitar
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