INFLICTION Prepare To Record 'Earshot'

Italian death metallers INFLICTION will enter the studio shortly to begin recording their second album, "Earshot", for a late spring release through Voice Of Life Records. The follow-up to last year's "The Faint Smell Of Suicide" will mark the debut appearance with the group of new vocalist Björn Goosses from Germany's NIGHT IN GALES, who joined forces with the Milano-based band after the departure of singer I.R. due to personal and musical differences.

Prior to the release of the new album, INFLICTION will embark on a short tour with Danish thrashers HATESPHERE.

The dates are as follows:

Jan. 03 - La Sfinge – Brescia, ITA
Jan. 04 - Murrefield – Chiasso, SWI
Jan. 07 - AJZ – Leisnig, GER (w/ DARK SUNS)
Jan. 08 – Camelot – Montabaur, GER
Jan. 09 – Musicdog – Crailsheim, GER


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