NOCTURNAL FEAR Begins Work On New Album

Michigan thrashers NOCTURNAL FEAR have commenced the songwriting process for the band's fifth full-length album, tentatively titled "Excessive Cruelty", for a late 2010 release via Moribund Records. Working songtitles set to appear on the follow-up to last year's "Metal Of Honor" include the following:

* "I am War"
* "Human Shield"
* "Murder for Hire"
* "You're the Disease (I'm the Cure)"
* "Rolling Thunder"
* "Excessive Cruelty"
* "Absolute Annihilation"
* "World War 3"

Guitarist/founder Chris Slavehunter PhD states: "We plan on raining on people's parade with this next disc and continue to call out the fucking posers and smashing faces with our ruthless bullet-belt assault."

The steadfast duo of guitarist Slavehunter and drummer Aggressor, along with vocalist Devastator, has nearly settled on a new bassist, according to a press release.

The song "Death Before Dishonor" from "Metal Of Honor" can be downloaded at this location. It is also available for streaming using the audio player below.


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