ABYSMAL DAWN: New Songs Available For Streaming

Los Angeles-based extreme metal band ABYSMAL DAWN has posted two new songs — "Programmed to Consume" and "Compulsory Ressurection" — on its MySpace page.

ABYSMAL DAWN's forthcoming sophomore album was produced by John Haddad (INTRONAUT, EYES OF FIRE) and wil feature artwork by Pär Olofsson (PSYCROPTIC, SUICIDE SILENCE).

Commented ABYSMAL DAWN's Charles Elliott: "I'm very confident that these are the sickest vocals I've put to tape yet! We even had our friend Jacob from RECIPROCAL come in and do some guest vocals on the track 'Twilight's Fallen'. Some very sick sounds will meet all your ears soon indeed! Everyone played their hearts out on this album and I think you can feel the intensity in all our performances. Quite frankly, we feel this album is ABYSMAL DAWN's best yet and will destroy 'From Ashes' by far! Maybe it's just us though, so we'll let you be the judge."

ABYSMAL DAWN recently parted ways with Crash Music Inc.

The band's debut album, "From Ashes", was released in April 2006. It was engineered, mixed and mastered by John Haddad at Shiva Industries.

The group toured in support of the CD alongside SIX FEET UNDER, KRISIUN and DECAPITATED. ABYSMAL DAWN has also played with reunited black metal legends EMPEROR and IMMORTAL.

Watch video footage of ABYSMAL DAWN performing "In the Hands of Death" live at the Key Club in West Hollywood, California on June 3, 2007:

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