KATAKLYSM Announce Winner Of Artwork Contest

Canadian death metallers KATAKLYSM have announced the winner of their artwork contest. Tony from Los Angeles beat the competition with a majority vote of 31.28 percent and will have his artwork featured on the next KATAKLYSM album, "In The Arms of Devastation", on merchandise and posters and will also have the whole line of products which the art will be displayed on. He will also receive $500. Check out the winning artwork at this location.

KATAKLYSM's eighth studio album, "In the Arms of Devastation", is scheduled for release on February 20, 2006 through Nuclear Blast Records.

"In the Arms of Devastation" track listing:

01. Temptation's Nest
02. Let Them Burn
03. Crippled & Broken
04. Open Scars
05. To Reign Again
06. In Words of Desperation
07. Like Angels Weeping the Dark
08. It Turns to Rust
09. The Road to Devastation

KATAKLYSM's only scheduled show at this time is an appearance at the Windy City Invetational festival on October 1 in Chicago, Illinois.


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