BIOMECHANICAL: 'Empires Of The World' Track Listing Revealed
U.K. progressive epic thrash metallers BIOMECHANICAL have finalized the track listing for their sophomore album, "Empires of the World", due in June via Elitist/Earache Records.
The follow-up to 2003's "Eight Moons" (Revolver Records) was recorded by vocalist Jon K and mixed by Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, NEVERMORE, ARCH ENEMY, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) at Sneap's own Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, U.K. The cover was created by "Spawn"/"The Haunted" drawing artist Nat Jones. Nat has also collaborated with Rob Zombie on the release of his latest comic, "The Nail".
Check out the album cover at this location.
"Empires of the Worlds" track listing:
01. Enemy Within
02. The Empires of the Worlds (mp3)
04. Relinquished Destiny
05. Long Time Dead
07. DNA Metastesis
10. Truth Denied
11. Part 1 - Final Offence
12. Part 2 - From the Abyss
13. Part 3 - Absolution
14. Part 4 - Disintegration
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