5 STAR GRAVE: 'Corpse Breed Syndrome' Out Now
Italian metallers 5 STAR GRAVE have released a new album, "Corpse Breed Syndrome", via mail order, CD Baby and through the biggest online stores worldwide like iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody and so on.The 11-song CD was recorded and mixed at One Voice Studio by Daniele Giordana and was mastered by Ettore Rigotti (DISARMONIA MUNDI, SLOWMOTION APOCALYPSE, DESTRAGE) at The Metal House.
"Corpse Breed Syndrome" track listing:
01. Ain't That Saint
02. In Bed With The Dead
03. Slightly Slutty Behaviour
04. Cut You Out
05. Core Dead
06. Miracle Man
07. Back To The Morgue
08. Triple-X Ride
10. Crown Of Worms
The band describes the sound of the record as "a mixture of old school heavy/thrash metal with rock 'n' roll/punk influences, catchy keyboards and corrosive vocals without forgetting an overdose of horror-influenced slutty lyrics."
5 STAR GRAVE released a self-produced EP entitled "The Zero Hour" under the name GROUND ZERO in 2006.
For more information, visit www.5stargrave.com.
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