PATHS OF POSSESSION: More New Songtitles Revealed

PATHS OF POSSESSION, the band fronted by CANNIBAL CORPSE vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher, have revealed several new songtitles that are set to appear on the group's debut album, "Promises in Blood", due before the end of the year via Metal Blade Records. The group are currently mixing the CD at Mana Recording Studios in Tampa, Florida.

"Promises in Blood" will include the following tracks, among others: "Darklands", "Where the Empty Gods Lie", "Promises in Blood", "Through the Fiery Halls", "The Second Coming", "Bring Me the Head of Christ", "Bleed the Meek", "Icy Flow of Death", "Heart for a Heart" and "In My Eyes".


George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher - Vocals
Randy Butman – Bass, Backup Vocals
Jay Fossen - Guitars
Jack Goodwin - Guitars
Nick Goodyear - Drums


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