Italian technical death metallers GORY BLISTER have set "The Fifth Fury" as the title of their fifth album, due later in the year via Sliptrick Records. The CD was mixed at Fear Studios in Italy and mastered at Q-Point in Hilversum, The Netherlands.
According to a press release, GORY BLISTER's new songs feature the band's "classic" style, but with a "darker" and more "refined" sound.
"The Fifth Fury" track listing:
01. Psycho Crave
04. Devouring Me
05. The Fifth Fury
06. Prometheus Scars
07. (Meet Me) In The Mass Grave
08. The Grey Machinery
09. Heretic Infected Orchestra (bonus track)
GORY BLISTER's current lineup includes Emi Dattolo from the band ILLOGICIST on bass.
GORY BLISTER is:
Vocals - Paolo John "St John"
Guitar - Raff Sangiorgio
Bass - Emi Dattolo
Drums - Joe La Viola
GORY BLISTER's last album, "Earth-Sick", was released in April 2012 via Bakerteam Records. The follow-up to 2009's "Graveyard Of Angels" featured a guest appearance by NILE's Karl Sanders on two tracks, including "Soul-Borne Maladies".
Commented GORY BLISTER guitarist Raff: "Death metal is not about money, nor about fashion; it's a way of life that requires no compromises. We do this because we believe in it and we want to keep the flame high."
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