UNMERCIFUL: Debut Album To Feature Guest Appearance By CANNIBAL CORPSE Bassist

UNMERCIFUL, the new band featuring former ORIGIN members Clinton Appelhanz (guitar, vocals), James King (drums) and Jeremy Turner (formerly a touring guitarist for CANNIBAL CORPSE), have inked a two-album deal with Unique Leader Records. The group, who describe their musical style as "modern blasting American death metal," have already completed work on their debut album for a tentative early 2006 release. The as-yet-untitled CD, which features a guest appearance by CANNIBAL CORPSE bassist Alex Webster (on one track), will be mastered by Colin Davis of Imperial Mastering. Check out three songs from the upcoming album — "Masochistic Rampage", "Seething Darkness" and "Mass Execution" — at the band's official web site, www.unmerciful.us.


Clint Applehanz - Guitars, Vocals
James King - Drums
Tony Reust - Vocals
Jeremy Turner - Guitar, Vocals
Derek Engemann - Bass


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