Century Media's latest signing, Chicagoland-based melodic death metal band STARKILL, will release its debut album, "Fires Of Life", on March 4 in Europe and March 5 in North America. The CD artwork was created by renowned metal artist Joshua Belanger and it "properly portrays the epic musical styling of the band," according to a press release.
"Fires of Life" track listing
01. Whispers Of Heresy 02. Fires Of Life 03. Sword, Spear, Blood, Fire 04. Below The Darkest Depths 05. Immortal Hunt 06. New Infernal Rebirth 07. Strength In The Shadow 08. This Is Battle; This Is Our Day 09. Withdrawn From All Humanity 10. Wash Away The Blood With Rain
The track "Sword, Spear, Blood, Fire" is available for streaming below.
STARKILL was formed at the tail end of 2008 by Parker Jameson, Spencer Weidner and Charlie Federici. The band makes no qualms about wearing their influences on their sleeves. They combine what they love — melodic death metal, shredding guitars, blasting drum beats and the epic sounds of modern film scores — and make some of the most promising metal music heard this side of the Atlantic in years.
Parker Jameson: Lead Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards, Orchestral Programming Spencer Weidner: Drums Charlie Federici: Guitar Mike Buetsch: Bass
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