SPINAL CORD: 'Stigmata Of Life' Details Revealed

On February 4, Metal Mind Productions will release the second album of one of the most promising Polish bands, SPINAL CORD. The CD, entitled "Stigmata Of Life", consists of 12 songs of "pure devastation which will surely take you to hell and back!" according to a press release. "Faster, heavier, more to the point than it was in the case of the debut album — that's what the second effort of this Polish death-thrash sensation is all about. This band cannot be missed by the fans of another Polish sensation, VADER, as the lineup features Novy on the bass guitar!'

"Stigmata Of Life" will be available on February 4 in Europe and April 15 in the U.S. (via MVD). The track listing is as follows:

01. Burn Them All
02. Body Dismorphy
03. Retrospection
04. Mind Killer
05. Amphitheatre
06. Storm
07. Ramirez
08. Beg For A Fast Death
09. Stigmatized Possessed
10. Critical Moment (Dead End)
11. Epitaph
12. Exile


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