Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada's UNCOOPERATIVE DEATH has unveiled the cover art (see below) and track listing for the band's self-titled debut album which is due out later this month on CTLO Records.
According to a press release, "Uncooperative Death" is "filled with fast-paced and dynamic heavy metal and features 11 tracks, including nine originals and two bonus tracks."
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. The Blame
02. Bloody Bathroom
03. Murderous Apotheosis
04. Let Me Bleed
05. Left Behind
06. Chew the Leg Off
09. Ambivalent Disclosure
10. Murderous Apothacary *
11. Solanum (Raunch Dressing Version)*
* Bonus Tracks
Formed in 2006, UNCOOPERATIVE DEATH has been thrashing metal fans on the Canadian East Coast with a sophisticated heavy sound unlike that of most of today's contemporary loud music. Dan Cormier, Liam McLaughlin, Tristan Mailman and Paul Sarrazin have combined their influences to hit the Canadian music scene with an amalgamation of death metal, euro metal, progressive metal and punk.
UNCOOPERATIVE DEATH is:
Paul Sarrazin - Lead Vocals/Bass
Liam McLaughlin - Drums/Vocals
Dan Cormier - Lead Guitars
Tristan Mailman - Guitars/Growls
For more information, visit www.uncooperativedeath.com.
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