ARSIS To Release New Album In October

Following the success of its debut album, 2004's "A Celebration Of Guilt", and 2005's epic "A Diamond For Disease", ARSIS has returned with its brand new full-length, "United In Regret" (formerly titled "Lust Before The Maggots Conquest").

With "United In Regret", ARSIS has "once again raised the bar and breathed new life into the overpopulated and poser-infested world known as 'melodic death metal,' " according to a press release.

Recorded at Max Tax Studios (SKINLESS, STIGMATA) in Albany, NY and Hairy Breakfast Productions (MISERY INDEX) in Atlanta, GA with producer Eyal Levi (DAATH), "United In Regret" contains nine tracks of ARSIS' "strongest and most well-written material to date." The artwork will once again be handled by Mark Riddick. An October 24, 2006 release through Willowtip is expected.

In other news, ARSIS has announced its participation in two upcoming tours alongside BECOMING THE ARCHETYPE, ED GEIN, and DEAD TO FALL. More information is available at


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