TIWANAKU: New Demo Tracks Posted Online

TIWANAKU, the central Florida-based metal band featuring Wade Black (CRIMSON GLORY) on vocals, Emo Mowery (ex-NOCTURNUS) on guitar/vocals and Mike Estes (BURNING INSIDE, ACHERON) on guitar, has posted two new demo tracks on its official web site. Check out "Playing God" and "Ghost War" at this location.

TIWANAKU is preparing to enter the studio to begin recording its full-length debut for a late 2009 release. The CD will be produced by Neil Kernon (NEVERMORE, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE, DOKKEN) and will feature a guest appearance by CANNIBAL CORPSE bassist Alex Webster.

The band writes in a press release: "For those familiar with the EP released by TIWANAKU several years ago, the essence of that genesis has been captured, intensified and is ready to be unleashed as a truly new breed of beast."

TIWANAKU has plans to back up this release with a video and with tours of the USA, Europe, South America and the rest of the world.


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