THE RED SHORE: Album Samples Available For Streaming

Australian band THE RED SHORE has uploaded four songs from its forthcoming debut album entitled "Unconsecrated", due in November via Stomp Entertainment and Siege of Amida Records. Check out the tracks "The Garden of Impurity", "Misery Hymn", "Vehemence The Phoenix" and "Rise and Fall" at this location.

"Unconsecrated" track listing:

01. The Garden Of Impurity
02. Misery Hymn
03. Slain By The Serpent
04. The Architects Of Repulsion
05. Your Chariot Awaits
06. Vehemence The Phoenix
07. The Forefront Of Failure
08. Nephilim
09. Rise And Fall

Check out the cover artwork below.

THE RED SHORE vocalist lead singer Damian Morris was killed when the minibus the band was travelling in crashed on the New South Wales north coast in December 2007.

The musicians were on the "Christmas Carnage" tour with U.S. band ALL SHALL PERISH and were headed to Sydney for a gig after a show in Brisbane.

Their white tour van ran off the Pacific Highway and rolled several times before slamming into a tree about 7:00 a.m.


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