DIVINE:DECAY Set Release Date For 'Maximize The Misery'

Finnish thrash/speed rockers DIVINE:DECAY have set a Sept. 8 release date through Osmose Productions for their sophomore effort, "Maximize The Misery".

The follow-up to "Songs Of The Damned" was recorded and produced by Janne Joutsenniemi (of SUBURBANTRIBE fame) and it was mixed by Mikko Karmila (NIGHTWISH, STRATOVARIUS, CHILDREN OF BODOM, THERION).

The complete track listing for "Maximize The Misery" is as follows:

01. Icons Fall
02. Weave A Web Of Vanity
03. Without A Soul
04. Scars
05. Killing Innocence
06. Silence Of Decades
07. Maximize The Misery
08. Dead In Me
09. The Discomfort Of Artificial Euphoria
10. Filth
11. Black Hearted Angel (Remorse)

DIVINE:DECAY will be making an appearance at the Tuska festival on July 12 in Helsinki, Finland.

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