"Thee Arcane Progeny", the debut album from SARCOLYTIC — the Austin, Texas-based band featuring Ricky Myers of DISGORGE along with Steven Watkins, Mark Denton and Jon Zig of IMAGES OF VIOLENCE — has had its release date pushed back to early 2010 from the previously announced August 25. The group says, "Our label, Unique Leader Records, has just signed up on a new distribution deal and will be in effect in January 2010. We are excited about this for us and our label. Trust us...and thank you for your patience. This full-length has been a long time coming...but worth the wait."
"Thee Arcane Progeny" features "nine blistering tracks, entailing the 14 tablets deciphered from the lost book of Enki, by Zecharia Sitchin," according to SARCOLYTIC.
SARCOLYTIC was forged in late 2003 as a side project of IMAGES OF VIOLENCE members and Ricky Myers of DISGORGE. They wrote and released a three-song EP on Lacerated Enemy Records in 2004, and contributed two songs to the Ossuary Industries Records four-way split entitled "Limb Splitter" alongside DEVOURMENT, GODLESS TRUTH, and Steven Watkins' project, SECT OF EXECRATION.
For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.
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