CURSED Putting Finishing Touches On 'III'

Canadian noisecore quintet CURSED has finished recording its new album, "III", due later in the year through Goodfellow Records.

Commented CURSED vocalist Chris Colohan: "All of 'III' is now recorded, and 80% mixed as of today. It was engineered by our sound bro Donny Cooper (who recorded both the 'Hell Comes Home' and 'Blackout at Sunrise' EPs) and Paul Aucoin at HallaMusic in Toronto, and is being mixed by the great Pete Hudson."

"III" tentative track listing (not final sequence):

01. III: Architects of Troubled Sleep
02. Night Terrors
03. Antihero Resuscitator (with COLISEUM's Ryan Patterson)
04. The Hands Will Abide
05. Dead Air At The Pulpit
06. Friends In The Music Business
07. Into The Hive
08. Magic Fingers
09. Unnecessary Person
10. Hegel's Bastards
11. Gutters

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