ARSIS To Release New EP In October

U.S. epic melodic death metallers ARSIS are scheduled to release their new three-song EP, "A Diamond for Disease", on October 25 via Willowtip Records. Featuring the 13-minute title track, originally composed as a score for New York City's Ballet Deviare, "A Diamond for Disease" is said to be "by far the band's most advanced material to date, as it was written from a standpoint of orchestral-like complexity, and as such, embraces a painstaking degree of detail in both harmony arrangement and melodic counterpoint." "A Diamond For Disease" was recorded with Eyal Levi (MISERY INDEX) at Hairy Breakfast Productions and mastered by James Murphy (DEATH, TESTAMENT, DISINCARNATE). The artwork and layout was created by the talented Mark Riddick. A three-minute sample of the epic 13-minute title track is available at ARSIS' official web site and Willowtip's official web site.

ARSIS will perform live with Ballet Deviare January 6-8, 2006 at 59E59 Theaters in New York City. More information is available at


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