THE JASSER ARAFATS: 'Condemnation' Release Date, Artwork Unveiled
THE JASSER ARAFATS, a five-piece "deathrash machine" from Tampere, Finland, will release its debut album, "Condemnation", on April 14 via Violent Journey Records.
The track listing for the CD — which contains "12 tracks of pure death/thrash metal with a modern twist" — is as follows:
01. Crawl To...
03. Empty Horizon
08. Ritual Of Justice
11. Axis Reborn
Check out the cover artwork below.
THE JASSER ARAFATS "was formed in late 2007 and, after couple of lineup changes, was ready to destroy the local scene with their uncompromising modern death/thrash mayhem," according to a press release. "In 2008 the band recorded couple of demos and played a handful of gigs. In 2009 THE JASSER ARAFATS did a small tour through Finland, Sweden and Norway with a Mexican death metal band INTO SICKNESS."
THE JASSER ARAFATS is:
J. Kurki - Vocals
M. Pekkonen - Guitar
J. Tasala - Guitar
L. Antila - Bass
J. Helle - Drums
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/thejasserarafats.
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