SHATTER MESSIAH, the new band featuring former NEVERMORE/ANNIHILATOR guitarist Curran Murphy and ANNIHILATOR drummer Robert Falzano, have posted five new song clips in the multimedia section of www.shattermessiah.com. One song ("Deny God") is a previously unreleased clip from the upcoming debut EP, entitled "Your God's Demise". The other four clips ("Bleed to Shadow", "Hatred Divine", "Frailty" and "Never to Play the Servant") are demos of songs projected to appear on the group's second EP, which will be called "Never to Play the Servant". The demos are unfinished versions of the songs and were recorded with a drum machine, but they will give fans an idea of where the band is headed with the second EP.SHATTER MESSIAH's sound was previously described as "a viciously intense mixture combining Curran's hardcore metal roots with classic thrash and power goth, resulting in compositions of over-the-top aggression and melodic skill (containing subtle hints of the bands Curran has been affiliated with in the past)."
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