BRUTALITY Reform, Plan Comeback CD

Legendary Tampa death metallers BRUTALITY have reformed and are busy writing material for a new album, according to Digital Metal. The group's upcoming release, "From the Ashes", will reportedly include contributions from original guitarist and founding member Larry Sapp, bassist Jeff Acres, and vocalist Scott Reigel as well as members of one-time BRUTALITY side-project ASTAROTH. The album will consist of five new songs, two cuts written for an ASTAROTH demo, and reworkings of several old BRUTALITY demo tracks.

Among the songs set to appear on "From the Ashes" are the following:

01. Azathoth
02. World War III
03. Ashes & Snow
04. I Deny
05. Absolute Damnation

"From the Ashes" looks to be released on the band's own label, Megga Rabbit Records, sometime in early 2003.

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