RESURRECTION: New Songs Posted Online

Tampa death metallers and former Nuclear Blast recording artists RESURRECTION, who had moderate success with their debut album "Embalmed Existence" (1993), have made two songs from their upcoming "Ritual Slaughter" EP available online. The track "Coward" can be heard on the band's MySpace page, while "Unholy" is currently streaming on the MySpace page of guitarist-turned-producer James Murphy (TESTAMENT, DEATH, OBITUARY), who mixed the effort.

RESURRECTION recorded/filmed its recent performance at the Crowbar in Ybor City for possible CD and/or DVD release. The concert marked the group's first appearance with drummer Gabriel Lewandowski, who has previously played with EQUINOX, HELLWITCH and ACHERON.

RESURRECTION recently announced the addition of guitar player Jerry Mortellaro (DIABOLIC, UNHOLY GHOST) to the group's ranks.


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