THE CLEANSING: 'Poisoned Legacy' Release Date, Artwork Revealed

THE CLEANSING, the new Danish band featuring former members of USIPIAN, will release its debut album, "Poisoned Legacy", on May 4 via Deepsend Records. Check out the cover artwork below.

"Poisoned Legacy" was produced by Jacob Hansen (RAUNCHY, ABORTED, DAWN OF DEMISE, VOLBEAT) and is described in a press release as "an album of highest quality destined to be a favorite of fans of MORBID ANGEL, IMMOLATION, DAWN OF DEMISE or VADER."

The projected track listing for the album is as follows:

01. Architechtural Infinity
02. Flesh Recycled
03. Ghost Lights
04. Insects in the Void
05. Harnessed by the Shadows
06. The Prodigal Son
07. Deliverance
08. The Domino of Phantom Effects
09. Derelict
10. Awoken at Gunpoint

Check out audio samples on the band's MySpace page.


Toke Eld: Vocals
Jeppe Hasseriis: Guitar
Andreas Lynge: Guitar
Martin Rosendahl: Bass
Morten Løwe: Drums


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