NERVECELL, the deathcore act from the United Arab Emirates, have a new CD available to order via their web site. The CD, which was released through Nerve Damage Productions, was recorded, mixed and mastered in Dubai, UAE, by Kiran Sequeira and co-mixed by Rami Mustafa.
"Human Chaos" track listing:
01. Signs of the End (3:51)
02. Vast lands Of Abomination (5:55)
03. The Darkened (4:19)
04. Human Chaos (7:05)
05. Demolition (5:21)
NERVECELL's recording lineup on "Human Chaos" consisted of the following:
Rajeh "James" Khazaal - Lead vocals, backing vocals and all bass
Barnaby "Barney" Ribeiro - Rhythm guitars and acoustic guitars
Rami Mustafa - Rhythm guitars, all lead guitars and acoustic guitars
Alan Madhavan – Session drummer
The band are expected to play a couple of gigs in the UAE before negotiating some deals to play abroad. A sound sample from "The Darkened" can be downloaded from Phride.com.
(Thanks: Joseph Akkawi / Phride.com)
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