DIVINE EVE Putting Finishing Touches On New EP

Reactivated Texas old-school death metallers DIVINE EVE are putting the finishing touches on their long-awaited new EP, entitled "Vengeful and Obstinate". The band entered Kearlight Recording Studios in October 2008 with engineer Scott Cooksey to begin recording the effort, which will consist of two new songs and two previously unrecorded (by DIVINE EVE) tracks that originally appeared on the CRIMSON RELIC "Purgatory's Reign" album. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Whispers of Fire", "Ravages of Heathen Men" and "Vindication".


Michael Sleavin - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Xan Hammack - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Matt Killen - Drums, Backing Vocals

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/divineeve2008.


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