UNHOLY GHOST, the new band featuring DIABOLIC founding members Aantar Lee Coates (drums), Paul Ouellette (vocals/bass), and Jerry Mortellaro (guitar), along with original DIABOLIC guitarist and PESSIMIST founder Kelly McLauchlin, have posted the cover artwork for their debut album, "Torrential Reign", at this location (artwork and layout by Swedish artist Mattias Norén). In addition, the band have made a 30-second MP3 clip of the song "The Calling Of Sin" available for download here.
"Torrential Reign" was recorded at D.O.W. (Diet Of Worms) studios in Seffner, Florida with producer Juan "Punchy" Gonzalez (MORBID ANGEL) and is tentatively due in the spring through Olympic/Century Media Records.
"Torrential Reign" track listing:
01. The Calling of Sin
02. Soul Disment
03. Eyes of Lost
05. Cross Contamination
07. Entrenched in Warfare
08. Torn Apart
09. Under Existence
10. Torrential Reign
11. The Apparition
As previously reported, UNHOLY GHOST have been confirmed for the first-ever Sun n' Steel festival, scheduled to take place March 6-7 at Pinellas Expo Center in Tampa, Florida.
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