Holland's Karmageddon Media has just issued a tribute CD to the legendary San Francisco Bay Area death metallers POSSESSED. Entitled "Tribute To Possessed... Seven Gates of Horror", the album features "some of the most respected names in the scene paying tribute to this legendary act," according to an official press release. Included on the CD is an appearance by POSSESSED frontman Jeff Becerra as a special guest on SADISTIC INTENT's version of "The Exorcist".

"Tribute To Possessed... Seven Gates of Horror" (view cover here) track listing:

01. SADISTIC INTENT – "The Exorcist" (feat. Jeff Becerra)
02. IMPIOUS - "Fallen Angel"
03. CANNIBAL CORPSE - "Confessions"
04. PENTACLE - "The Beasts of Apocalypse"
05. VADER - "Death Metal"
06. DIABOLIC - "No Will to Live"
07. GOD DETHRONED - "Satan's Curse"
08. ABSU - "Swing of the Axe"
09. SINISTER - "Storm in my Mind"
10. ANGEL CORPSE - "Burning in Hell"
11. KRABATHOR - "Evil Warriors"
12. HOUWITSER - "March to Die"
13. AMON AMARTH - "The Eyes of Horror"


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