Reactivated French death metallers MERCYLESS — who are responsible for releasing one of the most underrated death albums of all time in the shape of 1992's "Abject Offerings" — will issue their long-awaited new CD, "Unholy Black Splendor", on May 17 in France and June 7 in the rest of the world via Trendkill Recordings. The CD was mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö (ASPHYX, OPETH, DISSECTION) and contains "nine tracks of pure old-school death metal," according to a press release.
"Unholy Black Splendor" track listing:
01. At The Coming Of Dawn (intro)
02. I Vomit This World 03. Unholy Black Splendor 04. God Is Dreaming 05. Goat Of Mendes 06. Infamy 07. Probably Impure 08. Absent Belief 09. Bless Me Father
To celebrate MERCYLESS' reformation, a collectors' double CD was made available in 2011 via Legion Of Death Records. Entitled "In Memory Of Agrazabeth", it featured demos and live recordings from the 1988-1993 period.
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