DEFLESHED: New Music Available For Download
A brand new DEFLESHED song, entitled "May the Flesh Be With You", has been posted online at this location. Also available for download are audio clips of the new tracks "Under Destruction" (mp3) and "Grind and Rewind" (mp3).
All three cuts come off the group's upcoming album, "Reclaim the Beat", due on April 4 via Regain Records.
The follow-up to 2002's "Royal Straight Flesh" was recorded at Dug-Out Studios in Uppsala, Sweden and contains 12 songs plus a "slightly demolished" cover version of MÖTLEY CRÜE's "Red Hot".
"Reclaim the Beat" track listing:
01. Stripped to the Bone
02. Abstinence for Turbulence
03. Chain Reaction
04. Reclaim the Beat
05. Grind and Rewind
06. Under Destruction
07. Red Hot (MÖTLEY CRÜE cover)
08. Bulldozed (Back to Basic)
09. Ignorance is Bliss
10. May the Flesh be with You
11. Needless to Pray
13. Over and Out
For more information, visit www.defleshed.de.
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