SEVERE TORTURE: New Album Track Listing, Artwork Revealed

Dutch death metallers SEVERE TORTURE will release their new album, "Fall of the Despised", on November 7 via Earache Records.

SEVERE TORTURE — comprised of Thijs van Laarhoven (guitar), Marvin Vriesde (guitar), Seth van De Loo (drums), Dennis Schreurs (vocals) and Patrick Boleij (bass) — have steadily gained a reputation as one of the current resurgent death metal scene's leading lights. Via the release of previous albums, "Feasting on Blood" and "Misanthropic Carnage", the band's unrelenting brutality and technicality has earned them the respect of fans worldwide.

"Fall of the Despised" (view cover artwork by Killustrations) track listing:

01. Endless Strain of Cadavers
02. Sawn Off
03. Unconditional Annihilation
04. Consuming the Dying
05. Impulsive Mutilation
06. Dead from the Waist Up
07. Decree of Darkness
08. Enshrined in Madness
09. End of Christ
10. Fall of the Despised

Check out the song "Endless Strain of Cadavers" at this location.

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