STRUCTURE OF INHUMANITY: First Track Posted Online

STRUCTURE OF INHUMANITY, the melodic power/death metal band featuring main songwriter and keyboardist Jonah Weingarten (PYRAMAZE, ECHOTERRA), vocalist Clay Barton (SUSPYRE), bassist Noah Martin (ARSIS), and up-and-coming guitarist Mike Iuzzolino, has posted its first track, "The Passing Phase", on the group's MySpace page. The song comes off the band's debut, entitled "Completion Integration", which was co-produced by James Murphy (TESTAMENT, DEATH, OBITUARY) and Peter Wichers (SOILWORK), both of whom also make guest appearances on the effort. Murphy also mixed and mastered the CD, the drum tracks for which were laid down by former FIREWIND skinsman Brian Harris.

STRUCTURE OF INHUMANITY is currently negotiating with labels and looks forward to finding the right home for the band to release this "melodic metal assault."

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