SHATTER MESSIAH: Live Debut Scheduled For This Week

SHATTER MESSIAH, the new band featuring former NEVERMORE/ANNIHILATOR guitarist Curran Murphy and ANNIHILATOR drummer Robert Falzano, will be making their live debut at the Vudoo bar in Akron, Ohio on Friday, August 5.

SHATTER MESSIAH recently completed work on their debut EP, "Your God's Demise". Five audio clips from the CD are available for download in the "Multimedia" section of the group's web site.

SHATTER MESSIAH's sound is being described as "a viciously intense mixture combining Curran's hardcore metal roots with classic thrash and power goth, resulting in compositions of over-the-top aggression and melodic skill (containing subtle hints of the bands Curran has been affiliated with in the past)."

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