THE SOULLESS: New Song Posted Online

THE SOULLESS, the British melodic death metal act formerly known as IGNOMINIOUS INCARCERATION, has released a pre-production version of a new song, "Earthbound", via the band's MySpace page.

Commented THE SOULLESS drummer Sam Bailey: "Our van accident pushed our studio time [for the THE SOULLESS album] back, so we thought that instead of delaying a new song, we would preview what we've been up to for the last year or more with a pre-production song.

"'Earthbound' is one of the pre-production songs we recorded in preparation of the album and we feel that it represents what we are doing at the moment really well. It is a big step forward creatively and musically, which means we have never been so passionate about what we are doing. It is quite a far cry from our old material, but we'd rather take flak for progressing than replicate something we aren't excited about."

THE SOULLESS' follow-up to IGNOMINIOUS INCARCERATION's 2009 debut album, "Of Winter Born", will be released in early 2011.


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