MY SHADOW Recording New Album

Canadian metallers MY SHADOW have entered MS Studios in Ottawa, Ontario to begin recording their new album, "Decayed World", for an early 2010 release. According to the band, the long-awaited follow up to 2007's "We All Fall Down" EP "will contain [11] songs with a couple of instrumental experimentation. The sound and the music will be different from the previous recordings as we are going with a newer modern sound but at the same time keeping it melodic. Our good friend, 'The Christ', from the band SORDID will appear in some songs as he will lend his vocal cords and help us make this album as heavy as possible."

"Decayed World" track listing:

01. Intro
02. Decayed World
03. Blood Of The Innocent
04. House Of Twelve Brothers
05. Torn
06. Social Decapitation
07. Dark Black Crystallized Heart
08. The Story Of Billy
09. Soldier of Fate
10. Casual Suicide
11. Debarkation Of The Decrepit Souls

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