SCORCHED-EARTH: New Album Details Revealed

Seattle-based blackened death thrashers SCORCHED-EARTH have uploaded three tracks from their forthcoming album, entitled "Devils in Iron", at their official web site. Check out the songs "Gods, Kings & Conquerors", "Scorched Earth, Black Wind & Hell Fire" and "Tetsuakuma" at

The follow-up to 2003's "Gods, Kings and Conquerors", "Devils in Iron" was recorded by Brandon Busch (NME) and was mastered by Mark Guenther (INQUISITION). A late 2006 release is expected.

"Devils in Iron" track listing:

01. Gods, Kings, and Conquerors
02. Scorched Earth, Black Wind, and Hell Fire
03. Tetsuakuma
04. Gargoyle's Eye
05. The 22 Disciples
06. War Is Hell (But Combat's A Motherfucker)
07. Scorched Earth Armageddon
08. Gormenghast


Terry McCorriston - Guitar/Vocals
Sanford Johnson - Bass
Joshua Hanenburg - Drums
Ted Cohn – Guitar


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