TOTAL DEVASTATION: New Song Sample Available For Download

A brand new TOTAL DEVASTATION track, entitled "Murderous", has been posted online in MP3 format at

"Murderous" is the opening cut on the Finnish death metallers' upcoming sophomore album, "Reclusion", due in February via Firebox Records.

The follow-up to 2003's "Roadmap of Pain", "Reclusion" was recorded at Sound Supreme studio with producer Janne Saksa and was mastered by Minerva Pappi at Finnvox Studios. A limited-edition version of the album will contain a cover of AUTOPSY's "In the Grip of Winter" and a bonus music video.

"Reclusion" track listing:

01. Murderous
02. Divine
03. They Stand On 3
04. Reclusion
05. Full Circle
06. Converted Illusion
07. Ground Zero
08. Repentance
09. Well of the Dead
10. No Surrender
11. Bleeding Time
12. In the Grip of Winter (AUTOPSY cover, bonus track)


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