FLESH MADE SIN Putting Finishing Touches On New Album

Dutch extreme metallers FLESH MADE SIN are putting the finishing touches on their new album, "Delirigion", tentatively due in late 2010/early 2011 via an as-yet-undetermined record label. The follow-up to last year's "The Aftermath Of Amen" is being recorded at Aftermath Studios in Kaatsheuvel, Holland with producer Marco Stubbe.

Commented FLESH MADE SIN singer/songwriter Twan van Geel: "'Delirigion', which is simply a combination of the words 'delirium' and 'religion,' will be our most satanic album to date.

"While 'The Aftermath Of Amen' consisted of mostly anti-Christian concepts dealing with the attack on the Christian moral of life, 'Delirigion' feels more like a nightmarish journey, a temple in which to worship sin and death, lust and perversion.

"'Delirigion' shows a nihilistic view of devilish madness. Expect some night worshiping, death embracing, moral life-raping, demon worshiping, drug and alcohol abusing, hope destructing, intelligent & extreme quality blackened metal, served cold, dark 'n fuckin' loud! Bon appetit, this is hell's metal!"

"Delirigion" track listing:

01. In The Worship Of My Death
02. Delirigion
03. The Faith Thrower
04. Black Heroin
05. The Infamous Art Of Soul-Scorching
06. Existentialism
07. Corpses Once Winged

"The Aftermath Of Amen" was released in June 2009 via Neurotic Records.

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