A brand-new CROWPATH track, entitled "The Will to Burn", has been made available for download at Willowtip.com (MP3, 4.5 MB).
"The Will to Burn" comes off the Swedish metalcore act's second album, "Son of Sulphur", due in the U.S. on November 22 via Willowtip Records. A European release through Earache Records is expected in early 2006.
The follow-up to 2004's "Red on Chrome", "Son of Sulphur" was recorded at Berno Studios (THE HAUNTED, DEFLESHED, GOD DETHRONED, AMON AMARTH, KAAMOS) in Malmö, Sweden with engineer Andy Andersson.
"Son of Sulphur" final track listing:
01. Candles and Kerosene
02. The Will to Burn
03. Chased, Caught, and Charged
05. Children of Boredom
06. Self-Destructive Pessimist
07. Seed of Arson
08. Picked Clean
09. The Lychanthrope
10. Scabcoated Attraction
11. Lights Out, Left for Dead
12. End in Water
"Red on Chrome" — originally released via the Pittsburgh, Pa.-based metal label Willowtip Records and recently reissued through the unholy alliance of Earache Records and Willowtip — was recorded by Fredrik Reinedahl (IN FLAMES, BURST) at Phlat Planet Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden.
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