ANGER AS ART Continuing Work On New Material

Guitarist William Rustrum of Los Angeles thrashers ANGER AS ART has issued the following update:

"So far we are well into getting these songs ready to record ANGER AS ART's third album. We just got through with a very productive session earlier this evening. With Angelo [Espino] on bass and Dave [Chedrick] on drums, we are sure to present you with some of the finest music ever produced by ANGER AS ART. For the moment I have two songs on this upcoming album while Steve [Gaines; vocals, guitar; ABATTOIR, BLOODLUST, PAGAN WAR MACHINE, DREAMS OF DAMNATION] has all of the rest. Very soon we will be tracking these songs and truly make them come alive. Lastly, we are in the midst of getting a studio to do all of this tracking and in talks with a producer to put our art into action."

ANGER AS ART's new album is tentatively scheduled for release late spring/early summer through OSM Records.

New ANGER AS ART songtitles:

* Crush
* Appease An Angry God
* Master Becomes The Slave
* Feels Like Blood
* Disfigure
* They All Fall Down
* Live In Fear
* New Breed Of Violence
* I Am Your Enemy

Video footage of ANGER AS ART performing at the Dokk'em open-air festival, which was held August 9, 2008 near Leeuwarden, Netherlands, can be viewed below.

ANGER AS ART's latest album, "Callous and Furor", was released on October 31, 2006 via Old School Metal Records.


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