VIRGIN SNATCH: 'Act Of Grace' To Receive Wider European Release

"Act Of Grace", the fourth album from Cracow, Poland-based thrashers VIRGIN SNATCH, will be released in Europe (outside Poland) on March 22 via Mystic/Indie. The CD, which was originally issued in Poland in November 2008, consists of 43 minutes of world-class thrash metal produced by Wieslawscy Bros. at Hertz Studio (BEHEMOTH, VADER). The cover artwork was designed by Mentalporn (DEATHSTARS, BEHEMOTH, DARZAMAT). The album's last song, "It's Time", features a guest appearance by DECAPITATED guitarist Waclaw "Vogg" Kieltyka and is dedicated to Vogg's brother, late DECAPITATED drummer Witold "Vitek" Kieltyka, who died on November 2, 2007 in a Russian hospital from injuries sustained in a road collision.

"Act Of Grace" track listing:

01. Act Of Grace
02. Slap In The Face
03. Horn Of Plenty
04. Through Fight We Grow
05. Walk The Line
06. Daniel The Jack
07. M.A.D. (Make A Donation)
08. Don't Get Left Gehind
09. It's Time (feat. Vogg)

In its 19-year career, VIRGIN SNATCH has released three full-length albums and played with some of metal's biggest names, including ANTHRAX, SLAYER, CELTIC FROST, HELLOWEEN and RAGE.

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VIRGIN SNATCH is:

Zielony (ANAL STENCH, DEATH SEA) - Vocals
Grysik (ANAL STENCH, DEATH SEA) - Guitar
Hiro (SCEPTIC, ex-DECAPITATED) - Guitar
Aniol (CORRUPTION) - Bass
Jacko - Drums

For more information, visit www.virginsnatch.net.

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