SHATTER MESSIAH, the band featuring former NEVERMORE/ANNIHILATOR guitarist Curran Murphy and ex-ANNIHILATOR drummer Robert Falzano, will release its second album, "God Burns Like Flesh", on October 29 via Dockyard 1. The track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. Idolater 02. God Burns Like Flesh 03. Pathway 04. Stripped Of Faith 05. Dirge Of The Christ 06. Buried In Black 07. This Is The Day 08. Tomorrow Immortal
Check out the cover artwork at this location.
SHATTER MESSIAH lineup:
Greg Wagner – Vocals Curran Murphy - Lead Guitar Dusty Holt - Rhythm Guitar Robert Falzano – Drums Jason Chamberlain – Bass
DCA Recordings in April released the critically acclaimed debut album by SHATTER MESSIAH, "Never to Play the Servant". The CD was released last year in Europe, and had only been available as an import outside the continent.
Watch SHATTER MESSIAH's promotional video for the song "Never to Play the Servant":
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