DEAD TO THIS WORLD the speed/thrash/black metal project led by former IMMORTAL bassist Iscariah has struck up a deal with the cult Aussie label Modern Invasion Music for an exclusive release of the group's debut album, "First Strike for Spiritual Renewance", for the territories Australia and New Zealand. The Modern Invasion Music edition of the LP will feature an exclusive bonus track never before released on CD.
DEAD TO THIS WORLD recently announced that its "permanent lineup" will now consist of the following members:
Iscariah - Supreme Necromancer of the Apocalypse
Kvitrafn - Drums of War
Divra Xul 6-Stringed Genocide of Infernal Slaughter
Thurzur - Black God of Infamous Circle
The band will enter studio shortly to record three songs for upcoming split releases. Work has also commenced on the group's second full-length album which is expected by the fall of this year.
"First Strike for Spiritual Renewance", which was released in Europe on November 19, 2007 via Dark Essence Records, was produced by Bjrnar E Nielsen at Nielsen's Conclave Media Studios in Bergen.
DEAD TO THIS WORLD was originally founded by Iscariah (NECROPHAGIA, ex-IMMORTAL) as a solo project, but was expanded to a full lineup, releasing a three-track demo in 2005.
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