MERCURY TIDE's 'Killing Saw' To Receive U.S. Release

After a break of ten years, former ANGEL DUST vocalist Dirk Thurisch returns with his band MERCURY TIDE, which once started as a project and has since grown into a full-fledged band.

MERCURY TIDE's new album, "Killing Saw", is a natural progression from the band's last CD, "Why?", which came out in 2003.

"Killing Saw" was released in Europe on May 25 and will be made available in the U.S. on July 10 via Limited Access Records. The effort was recorded and mixed at the CKB Recording Studio by drummer and producer Carsten Rehmann (JAPANISCHE KAMPFHÖRSPIELE, KREATOR, HARASAI) and was mixed by Eroc (MATT ROEHR, MYSTIC PROPHECY, FIREWIND).

In the two YouTube clips below, Thurisch presents the "Killing Saw" liner notes. Part one features the tracks "In The Shame Of Trust" and "Killing Saw", while the second part focuses on the songs "Home" and "Searching".

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