LIQUID GRAVEYARD Preparing To Record Debut Album

LIQUID GRAVEYARD, the new band featuring former CANCER frontman John Walker, will be at SadMan Studios in Madrid, Spain between April 13 and May 3 recording its debut album for a late 2009 release.

LIQUID GRAVEYARD's lineup is completed by Raquel Walker (ex-ABFYS) on vocals, Acaymo Delgado on drums and Adrian De Buitléar (MOURNING BELOVETH) on bass. Playing a style ranging betwen avantgarde death metal, alternative and progressive rock, this new group is "a giant step forward from [CANCER's] 'Black Faith' and 'Spirit in Flames' albums," according to a press release.

Working songtitles set to appear on LIQUID GRAVEYARD's album:

01. Rumours are Black like Machine Guns
02. Criministers
03. 1760
04. We Live Dangerously
05. The Words Grow Thin
06. From the Tower
07. Them Greeds
08. On Evil Days
09. The Blood Inside
10. Anthead

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