PSYCHOMANTHIUM: First Song Posted Online

PSYCHOMANTHIUM, the "old-school speed/thrash metal" band featuring vocalist Martin Missy from the cult German speed-thrashers PROTECTOR, Brian "Hobbs" Hobbie on bass (ex-INTERNAL BLEEDING, currently in CATASTROPHIC), plus Derek "Derekonomicon" Schilling on guitar and Ant Ichrist on drums (both from ARKHAM 13), have posted a "raw rehearsal" version of the track "Zombie Lake" at this location. A studio recording of "Zombie Lake" will appear on the group's debut CD, "Death Attack", due late summer/early fall through Poland's Still Dead Productions.

As previously reported, "Death Attack" (named after PROTECTOR drummer Michael Hasse's old band, which PSYCHOMATHIUM is re-doing two songs from) will contain 14 tracks of "old-school speed/thrash metal with a lethal mix of both European and American classic thrash aggression." Songtitles set to appear on the album include "Zombie Lake", "Strontium Dog", "War of the Worlds", "Death Attack", "Warriors of Death", "Anthropophagous" and "The Dimholt". In addition, the band are planning on performing two or three PROTECTOR classics during their live shows, with "Kain and Abel", "Misanthropy" and "Golem" being mentioned as the most probable choices for the group to play.


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