Black Morning Star Records has released three song previews from the upcoming DEAD SYNDICATE album, "The Carrion Creed", at the label's official web site. Check out one-minute clips of the songs "Plague of all Plagues" and "Kampstoff Lost (Agent H)" along with the full-length track "Kill like a God" at this location.
"The Carrion Creed" was recorded at Nightsky Studios in Waldorf, Maryland. Check out the cover artwork at this location.
"The Carrion Creed" projected track listing:
01. Plague of all Plagues
02. Kampstoff Lost (Agent H)
03. Whore of Babylon
05. Kill like a God
06. I, Pilate
07. Dead Syndicate
08. The Carrion Creed
09. Beast Nero
DEAD SYNDICATE was born in the fall of 1997 as the brainchild of Michael Arcane and guitarist Jay "Decay" Nowak. After Jay's untimely death in 1999, DEAD SYNDICATE went on a lengthy hiatus. Fortunately, by pure chance, Arcane ran into two amazing young guitarists, Brian Magee and John Styers, in early 2004. After one jam session together, it was clear what had to happen...the mourning period was over...the DEAD SYNDICATE would breathe again.
DEAD SYNDICATE's three-song EP, "Like Razors through Flesh", was released in 2005.
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