RAZORMAZE: New Song Posted Online

RAZORMAZE, Boston's self-proclaimed "reigning champions of speed," have unleashed a brand new cut called "Desperado" from their forthcoming full-length debut, "The True Speed Of Steel". The song is available for your face-melting pleasure on RAZORMAZE's MySpace page.

According to a press release, "The True Speed Of Steel" combines the strongest and most brutal aspects of thrash, punk, death, and classic heavy metal. The album features eight tracks that are so heavy you can nail your head to the floor with them, and will easily appease fans of TESTAMENT, ARTILLERY, IRON MAIDEN, RAZOR, JUDAS PRIEST, GBH, MEGADETH, KREATOR, MORBID ANGEL and many more!"

Set for an early June release via Hold True Recordings, "The True Speed of Steel" (originally slated to be called "Dawn of the Shred") was recorded at Mad Oak Studios in Allston, Massachusetts with engineer Devin Charette. The album was mastered by Nick Zampiello (CONVERGE, TORCHE, TRAP THEM, XASTHUR) at New Alliance Studios in Cambridge.

"The True Speed of Steel" track listing:

01. Dawn of the Shred
02. Annihilator
03. Slaughterotica
04. Desperado
05. Bleed on Command
06. Lobotomized
07. Dipsomaniac
08. Slave to the Maze

The tour in support of the release will consist of two legs, the first of which will include dates featuring FATAL, and will cover the East Coast. The second leg, which has yet to be announced in detail, will be a straight shot across the U.S. to the West Coast.


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