OUTBURST Finish Recording Debut Album

Dutch thrashers OUTBURST have finished recording their debut album, "From Hell", at Double Noise studio in Tilburg, Holland with producer Jochem Jacobs (TEXTURES, HIDING WITH GIRL). The CD will feature two guest appearances: TEXTURES vocalist Eric Kalsbeek can be heard on "Attack of the Overfiend" and CEPHALIC CARNAGE frontman Leonard Leal unleashed his grunts on "What The Eyes See". To return the favor, OUTBURST singer Tjerk has recorded vocal parts for the new CEPHALIC CARNAGE record, due on Relapse Records in early 2005.

The mixing and mastering process for "From Hell" has been postponed to October due to the relocation of the studio. The band are currently speaking with interested parties to release the album in early 2005.

"From Hell" track listing:

01. 220
02. What The Eyes See
03. Dreams - Freddy's Song
04. The Beast Will Strike Again
05. From Hell
06. The End
07. Attack Of The Overfiend
08. Slaughterhouse
09. My Own Hell
10. Hollow
11. Victory For A Soul


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