VEHEMENCE Set Release Date For 'Helping The World To See'

VEHEMENCE, the self-styled "chaotic melodic death metal" band from Phoenix, Arizona, have set an April 19 release date through Metal Blade Records for their sophomore album, "Helping The World To See".

The follow-up to 2002's "God Was Created" was produced by Will Solares and VEHEMENCE at Open Primary Productions/DBD Studios in Maricopa, Arizona. Mixing duties were handled by Will Solares. Artwork will be delivered by Wes Benscoter.

"Helping The World To See" track listing:

01. By Your Bedside
02. Kill For God
03. Trinity Broadcasting (Know Your Enemy)
04. To The Taste
05. You Don't Have To Be Afraid Anymore
06. Alone In Your Presence
07. Spirit Of The Soldier
08. Darkness Is Comfort
09. What Could Go Wrong?
10. We Are All Dying
11. Her Beautiful Eyes

VEHEMENCE recently parted ways with keyboardist Jason Keesecker. There are no plans for a replacement, although a session pianist was used during the recordings.

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