SHADOWS FALL: Song From 'Madness In Manila' Audio CD Available For Streaming

Massachusetts metallers SHADOWS FALL will release a new concert DVD, "Madness In Manila: Shadows Fall Live In The Philippines 2009", on October 26 via Everblack Industries/Ferret Music. The set will include over 60 minutes of footage that was shot on April 30, 2009 at the Pulp Summer Slam in Manila, Philippines as well as a live audio CD.

The track listing is as follows:

01. The Light That Blinds
02. Forevermore
03. Failure Of The Devout
04. Crushing Belial
05. Burning The Lives
06. A Public Execution
07. Casting Shade
08. Destroyer Of Senses
09. What Drives The Weak
10. The Power of I and I
11. Enlightened By The Cold
12. Thoughts Without Words
13. Inspiration On Demand
14. War
15. The Great Collapse
16. Redemption

"A Public Execution" — a cut from the audio CD that accompanies the DVD — is available for streaming below (courtesy of AOL's Noisecreep).

In a recent interview with Sami Jarroush of the Rock it Out! Blog, SHADOWS FALL frontman Brian Fair was asked about plans for a new studio album from the band. "We've been talking about the new record," he replied. "We haven't really started writing, but me, Matt [Bachand, guitar] and Jon [Donais, guitar] were talking, [and] we wanna write a really fast, technical thrash record this time around — really just kind of keep it nice, brutal and heavy.

"We always talk about writing on the road, but we never do. So once we get off this tour, we'll take some time and that's probably when we'll start getting things rolling. Hopefully [we'll] get into the studio in early 2011, but we'll see what happens."

SHADOWS FALL's latest album, "Retribution", came out on September 15, 2009. The CD sold around 13,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 35 on The Billboard 200 chart. The effort was made available via Everblack Industries, the label SHADOWS FALL created in conjunction with Warner Music Group's ILG, Ferret Music and ChannelZERO Entertainment.

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