ABIGAIL WILLIAMS Featuring Former VEHEMENCE Members: New Song Posted Online

Phoenix, Arizona-based "symphonic melodic death metal" band ABIGAIL WILLIAMS, featuring three ex-members of VEHEMENCE, have posted a new song online at www.myspace.com/abigailwilliams. The track, entitled "Swollen Disgust", will be downloadable only this weekend, so grab it while you can.

ABIGAIL WILLIAMS describe their sound as "very epic and extremely visual but with a touch of reality as well. Expect metallic melodious soundscapes that push the boundaries of the genre in every direction, with vocals and lyrics done pure with honesty, and instrumentation composed with passion methodically."

ABIGAIL WILLIAMS are currently negotiating a record deal with a few reputable companies and will annouce their new label home shortly.


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