EDENBEAST: New Songs Available For Download
Danish death metal act EDENBEAST have posted two brand new songs on their official web site. Download the tracks "Bring Out Your Dead" and "Mute" at Edenbeast.dk. Both cuts come off the group's recently released demo CD, "Promo 2004".
In other news, EDENBEAST will be appearing on the W.A.S.P. tribute album "Shock Rock Hellions", to be released by Valhalla Records later in the year. So far the following bands have confirmed their participation in the album:
01. DRACENA (Sweden) – "Animal (I Fuck Like a Beast)"
02. DENIAL OF GOD (Denmark) – "Hellion"
03. THIS TANGLED WEB (Australia) – "The Headless Children"
04. EDENBEAST (Denmark) – "Blind in Texas"
05. VICTIMIZER (Denmark) – "Tormentor"
06. STOS (Poland) – "L.O.V.E. Machine"
07. CRYSTAL VIPER (Poland) - "Wild Child" + Bonus Video
08. IMPALER (USA) – "On Your Knees"
09. BLACKIES (Italy) - TBA
10. R.A.W (Sweden) – "The Torture Never Stops" (live) + Bonus Video (live)
11. HOLY DEATH (Poland) – "Running Wild in the Streets"
12. CAPTAIN T & OSTRONOMY – "The Real Me"
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