USURPER: 'Cryptobeast' Listening Party Announced

The new USURPER CD, entitled "Cryptobeast", won't be out on Earache Records until the early spring of 2005. While waiting for the pressing/layout/booklet and assorted necessities, the band wants to give some fans the chance to get an early preview.

Here are the details.

Saturday November 6, 2004
2771 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago IL
(773) 472 - 2771
21+ with an open bar from 9pm - 12am
Only a $5 cover!

The album will be played at 11pm. Note: USURPER will NOT be performing live at this event!

The group's fifth full-length album, "Cryptobeast" was recorded at Chicago's Rax Trax Studios with producer Neil Kernon (JUDAS PRIEST, DEICIDE, CANNIBAL CORPSE). The follow-up to 2003's "Twilight Dominion" marks the recording debut with the group of new singer Dan "Tyrantor" Lawson and the return of the band's original drummer, Joe "Apocalyptic" Warlord.


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