PSYOPUS: New Album Title Announced; New Song Posted Online

Rochester, New York-based tech grindcore/hardcore outfit PSYOPUS has set "Odd Senses" as the title of its upcoming album, due on February 13, 2009 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy; and February 16 in the rest of Europe via Metal Blade Records.

A new song entitled "The Burning Halo" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

PSYOPUS recently announced the addition of singer Brian Woodruff (AS THIS BODY, I EXIST) to the group's ranks.

The band's new album was recorded between July 20 and August 16 with engineer Doug White at Watchmen Studios in Lockport, New York.

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Metal Injection has posted video footage (see below) of PSYOPUS performing two new songs during last month's CMJ showcase.

PSYOPUS's last CD, "Our Puzzling Encounters Considered", was released in February 2007 via Metal Blade Records.

"Medusa" (new song):

"The Burning Halo" (new song):

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