VEIL OF MAYA Completes Work On New Album

Chicago-based metallers VEIL OF MAYA have completed work on their new album, "[id]" , for an April release via Sumerian Records. The CD was produced by Michael Keene (THE FACELESS), who previously worked with the group on its last album, 2008's "The Common Man's Collapse". A brand new song from "[id]" will premier the second week of February on MySpace. Until then, you can hear a couple of new tracks live on the band's headline tour with support from ANIMALS AS LEADERS, CIRCLE OF CONTEMPT and PERIPHERY. VEIL OF MAYA will also take part in this year's Atticus Metal Tour II alongside UNEARTH, STICK TO YOUR GUNS, THE GHOST INSIDE and CARNIFEX.

"The Common Man's Collapse" was previously described in a press release as "replete with swift and fluid guitar flourishes, spitting forth notes like lava, lock step drumming that is swifter than a hummingbird's wings and vocals that range from Cro-Magnon throat tones to bestial rage while retaining enunciation."

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