MURDER THERAPY: New Song Available For Free Download

"Resilience", a brand new song from Bologna, Italy-based death metallers MURDER THERAPY, can be downloaded at this location. The track is the title cut of the group's sophomore album, which will be released later this year. The CD was recorded at Regrexion Studios in Bologna and "introduces the band's current musical direction, oriented towards post-metal and experimental soundscapes," according to a press release.

"Resilience" audio stream:

MURDER THERAPY's full-length debut, "Symmetry Of Delirium", was released in September 2009 via the Netherlands-based label Deity Down Records. The CD was recorded at 16th Cellar Studio (HOUR OF PENANCE, FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE) in Rome, Italy with producer Stefano Morabito (HOUR OF PENANCE, FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE).


Francesco D'Adamo (CRYPTIC THEORY) - Guitar
Sean Worrell (CHAOS AMONG NAMELESS) - Vocals, Guitar
Andrea Burgi - Bass
Marco "Samu" Bolognini (CHAOS AMONG NAMELESS) - Drums


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