ANACRUSIS: Demo Version Of New Song Available For Streaming

In a recent interview with a German radio station, vocalist/guitarist Kenn Nardi of reunited St. Louis, Missouri-based progressive/melodic thrash metallers ANACRUSIS revealed that the band is currently working on its first full album of new material since 1993's "Screams And Whispers". Tentatively titled "Parallax Error", the CD will feature cover art by Eliran Kantor (TESTAMENT, SODOM, GWAR, ATHEIST). It will be a double album, featuring more than two dozen new ANACRUSIS songs.

ANACRUSIS' lineup for the upcoming album will include original members Kenn Nardi, John Emery (bass) and Mike Owen (drums).

The band is scheduled to appear on the 70,000 Tons Of Metal cruise next January and hopes to have the new material recorded by the end of this year.

A new pre-production demo called "Made" was aired during the interview with Uwe Harms of Radio Gehacktes and can be streamed below.

ANACRUSIS' last release was "Hindsight: Suffering Hour & Reason Revisited", a two-CD set which features both the band's debut album, "Suffering Hour", and its second release, "Reason", along with the classic ANACRUSIS demo track "Apocalypse", all fully re-recorded by the original lineup of Nardi, Heidbreder, Emery and Owen. The package also featured a 24-page, full-color booklet with lyrics and lots of photos both old and new. The cover art was created by Eliran Kantor.


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