MAUSOLEUM Completes Work On 'Back From The Funeral'
Pennsylvanian death metallers MAUSOLEUM have completed work on their long-awaited sophomore effort, "Back from the Funeral". The track listing for the effort is as follows (not final sequence):
01. Dead Walkers
02. Radioactive Resurrection
03. Brains (I Must Eat Your Fucking Brains!)
04. Back From the Funeral
05. Consumed by the Deceased
06. Raped within the Casket
07. The Baron of Terror
08. Graveyard Shift
09. Doomed in the Desecrated Cemetery
Two songs from the CD — "Dead Walkers" and "The Baron of Terror" — are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
"Back from the Funeral" is due in early 2008.
In other news, MAUSOLEUM's long-out-of-print debut, "Cadaveric Displays of Ghoulish Ghastliness", has been reissued via Goreyfied Productions. The new European pressing features updated cover layout as well as a bonus track, "Radioactive Resurrection".
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