DEICIDE: New Album Pushed Back To August

Earache Records has pushed back the release date of the new DEICIDE album, "The Stench of Redemption", to August 22 from the previously announced June 6. However, fans will still be able to check out two songs from the upcoming CD — "Homage For Satan" (666 mix) and "Crucified For The Innocence" (666 mix) — via the iTunes music store on Tuesday, June 6 (06/06/06).

This exclusive online EP offers fans the first advance taste of two brand new DEICIDE tracks. These digital download-only songs are still red hot, recently forged by the band with co-producer Jim Morris, in the satanic depths of Morrisound Studios in Tampa, Fl., and mark the devastating DEICIDE debuts of new axemen Jack Owen (formerly of CANNIBAL CORPSE) and Ralph Santolla (ex-DEATH, ICED EARTH). The EP also offers a glimpse of the disturbing album imagery which will accompany the retail release.

To view the video trailer for the EP, click here.


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