DEICIDE: Another New Song Posted Online

The title track of the new DEICIDE album, "Till Death Do Us Part", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

"Till Death Do Us Part" will be released as a special-edition CD with a free "Glen For President" woven patch hurry, only available while stocks last! The album will also be available as a standard CD, limited-edition 12" picture disc LP and limited edition 12" color vinyl LP.

Don't forget that you can still create and enter your own video for the brand new track "In the Eyes of God" from "Till Death Do Us Part" for a chance to win a bass guitar signed by the whole band! To download the track and for more details on how to enter the competition, just visit

Got questions for Glen Benton? Revolver magazine wants your help! Send your questions for Glen to [email protected] with the subject line "Glen" by May 9, 2008, and the esteemed Mr. Benton will answer the best ones in an upcoming issue of Revolver, "The World's Loudest Rock Magazine"!

"Till Death Do Us Part" will be released on April 28 in Europe and May 13 in the U.S.


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