SEVERED SAVIOR: New Album Artwork Unveiled
San Francisco-based death metallers SEVERED SAVIOR have unveiled the artwork for their new album, "Servile Insurrection", due later in the year via Willowtip Records. The cover, which was created by Pär Olofsson, can be viewed at this location.
SEVERED SAVIOR recently announced the addition of vocalist Anthony Trapani to the group's ranks. "Many of you know Anthony from his work on the recent (and crushing) ODIOUS MORTEM release 'Cryptic Implosion'," the band previously wrote in a press release. "And we feel that his vocal style and lyrical sensibilities will fit perfectly with our new material."
The band's full-length debut, "Brutality is Law", was released in 2003. The CD was recorded at Digit Sound in San Pablo, California and was supported by tours with CANNIBAL CORPSE and THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/severedsavior.
Watch video footage of SEVERED SAVIOR performing the song "Fecalpheliac" live at the Pound in San Francisco on July 28, 2006:
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