DRAWN AND QUARTERED Completes Work On Fifth Album

Northwest death metal legends DRAWN AND QUARTERED have completed their fifth album, "Merciless Hammer of Lucifer", due in June via Moribund Records.

Commented guitarist/songwriter Kelly Kuciemba: "The album was recorded at the Autopsy Room with Jesse O' Donnell and mastered by Kevin Nettlingham. The CD will contain three videos, including the recently-made video for the title track, and the first 3,000 copies will include a bonus CD of rare and unreleased tracks, including the hard-to-find 2002 EP 'Crusaders of Blasphemy'. The cover art has just been finished, once again by Gabriel Byrne. Also on the way is a gatefold LP version of [2005's] 'Hail Infernal Darkness'. The band is rehearsing for some upcoming shows, including a festival appearance in Oklahoma on June 23rd, and some more shows [to be announced]. Check out the band's new video, 'Merciless Hammer of Lucifer', on our MySpace page."


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