HIMSA: New Song Posted Online

A brand-new HIMSA track, entitled "Sleezevil", has been posted online at myspace.com/prostheticrecords. The song comes off the group's upcoming album, "Hail Horror", due on February 7, 2006 via Prosthetic Records. The follow-up to 2003's critically-acclaimed "Courting Tragedy and Disaster" was produced by Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED), ensuring a "tight, intense recording that captures the band's musical intensity." The band have already completed a video shoot for "Sleezevil" under the guidance of veteran video director Derek Dale (AS I LAY DYING). Dale also manned the helm for HIMSA's "Rain to the Sound of Panic" video from "Courting Tragedy and Disaster".

Having completed the "Blackest of the Black Tour" alongside CHIMAIRA, BEHEMOTH, and DANZIG, HIMSA have just kicked off a 19-day trek through Europe with 3 INCHES OF BLOOD. A U.S. tour alongside DARKEST HOUR and labelmates THE ACACIA STRAIN is scheduled to start in February.


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