SHATTER MESSIAH Confirms New Album Title

SHATTER MESSIAH, the new Akron, Ohio-based band featuring former NEVERMORE/ANNIHILATOR guitarist Curran Murphy and ex-ANNIHILATOR drummer Robert Falzano, has set "God Burns like Flesh" as the title of its second album, tentatively due this fall via Dockyard 1 Records. According to a press release, the follow-up to "Never to Play the Servant" "will fuse the scattered musical influences of the band members backgrounds in order to focus more on the original sound hinted at on their debut." Recordings for the new CD will take place at Murphy's Smiley Sound Studios.

SHATTER MESSIAH will continue to promote "Never to Play the Servant" with a number of summer appearances, including the Chicago Powerfest, which will be held April 20-21 at The Pearl Room in Mokena, IL.


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