COUNCIL OF THE FALLEN: New Song Posted Online

COUNCIL OF THE FALLEN, the band featuring Kevin Quirion on bass/guitar/vocals and Derek Roddy (HATE ETERNAL) on drums, have posted a new song, entitled "Seeking the Prophets", at this location. The track comes off the group's new album, "An Examination of Being", tentatively due this summer. The CD was recorded at Derek's personal studio in Deerfield Beach, FL with Roddy at the production helm.

"An Examination of Being" track listing:

01. Seeking The Prophets
02. Deterioration Edict
03. Scars Upon My Flesh
04. Introspection And The Loss Of Denial
05. the Mirror
06. Bloodoath
07. Reflection, An Endless Endeavour
08. As If A Rose I Wither
09. As Long As I Have Myself I Am Not Alone

COUNCIL OF THE FALLEN have been confirmed for the Brutal Aggression Metalfest, set to take place May 20 in Seminole, Florida.

COUNCIL OF THE FALLEN's last album, "Deciphering The Soul", was released in 2004 through Season Of Mist. They have since split with the company and are currently seeking a new label home.


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