NONEXIST Finalize Track Listing, Plot Attack

Sweden's NONEXIST, the new band of former ARCH ENEMY frontman Johan Liiva, ANDROMEDA guitarist Johan Reinholdz, and DEFLESHED/DARK FUNERAL drummer Matte Modin, have finalized the track listing for their debut album, entitled Deus Deceptor, which is tentatively scheduled to be released in Japan in February, Europe in March (through New Hawen Records) and in the USA in April (most likely via a licensing deal with Century Media Records). The tracks set to appear on the CD are as follows:

01. Entrance (instrumental)
02. Devil Incarnate
03. Faith
04. Eaten Alive
05. Ataraxia (instrumental)
06. A Halo Askew
07. Phantoms
08. Ebony Tower
09. Nowhere (instrumental)
10. Delirious Tongues
11. Idols And Fiends
12. Divided We Fall
13. Carnage Bloody Carnage (Japanese bonus track)

Deus Deceptor was produced by Tommy Tgtgren and Johan Reinholdz at Abyss Studios and features a musical direction that is being described as a cross between ARCH ENEMY and CARCASS (circa Heartwork). Watch for a CD review here in the coming weeks.

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