BLOOD STAINED DUSK: New Tracks Posted Online

Huntsville, Alabama-based black metallers BLOOD STAINED DUSK have posted three tracks from their upcoming release "Black Faith Inquisition" on their MySpace page.

The "Black Faith Inquisition" album was originally due to be recorded in early 2005, but was postponed due to the tragic death of guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Dageth in January of that year. The CD is now being recorded by the remaining members of the band: Thorgrin, Oroan, and Profana. "Black Faith Inquisition" also features former GORGOROTH/OBTAINED ENSLAVEMENT frontman Pest handling lead vocal duties in Dageth's stead.

BLOOD STAINED DUSK is currently seeking a label to release the opus. According to the band, the response so far has been "extremely positive."

Any labels that are seriously interested in working with BLOOD STAINED DUSK may contact the group at blackfaithinq@aol.com.

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