SUTURE: New Demo Tracks Available For Download
Louisiana's "sickest" death metal act SUTURE have posted two new tracks from their latest demo, "Skeletal Vortex", on their web site. Download the songs "Skeletal Vortex" and "Exiled to Undead" at this location. The band have also posted the track "Horror Be Thy Name" from their split CD with LEUKORRHEA and LEHAVOTH, as well as "Systematic Removal of Vitality" and "Carcinoma Contagion" from the re-release of their debut CD, "Carnivorous Urge to Kill".
SUTURE hail from the swamplands of Louisiana and have been brutalizing the southern reaches of the U.S. since 1998. The band released three demos — "Bloodsoaked", "In Cryptic Bliss", and "Deconstructing Anatomy" — followed by their 2002 debut CD, "Carnivorous Urge to Kill", which came out on U.S. label Deepsend Records.
Upcoming SUTURE shows:
Jan. 14 - Club Sin - Lafayette, LA
Feb. 04 - Club Sin - Lafayette, LA
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