ENTHRALLMENT: New Song Posted Online

A brand new ENTHRALLMENT track, entitled "Distorted Brain Patterns", has been posted online on the band's MySpace page. The track comes off the Bulgarian death metallers newly completed three-song promotional CD, which was recorded this past weekend at Basement studio.

ENTHRALLMENT recently uploaded its video for the song "Total Zombie Domination" at this location (top video clip on the page). The song comes off the group's latest CD, "Smashed Brain Collection", which was released in July via Grindethic Records and Grotesque Productions.

ENTHRALLMENT earlier in the year announced the addition of guitarist Vasil Furnigov (ex-NECROPHILIA) and bassist Martin Nay (bass) to the group's ranks. The new formation made its live debut on June 18 at the Black Box club in Sofia, Bulgaria as the opening act for OBITUARY.


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