CESSATE: 'Shattered Hopes' World-Premier Broadcast Scheduled For Next Week

Canadian death metal band CESSATE is having a world-premier broadcast of their new album, "Shattered Hopes", on Wednesday, August 10 on www.radio306.com. The follow-up to the "Our Ungodly Descent" EP (2004) was recorded in May-June 2005 at Built Low Studios with producer Justin Bender and was mastered by Daxton Day at Nascency Studios in Saskatoon, SK.

"Shattered Hopes" track listing:

01. Suicide Black
02. My Right to Die
03. Belial Adytum
04. Baby Shaker
05. The Sweet Darkness of Despair
06. It Ruins Us All
07. Remains As Misery
08. Past the Hatred
09. Chapter II
10. Knuckles (Deep In Sorrow)


Justin Bender - Lead/Rhythm Guitar
Colin Cheechoo - Drums/Vocals
Harley Kowalsky - Lead Vocals
Peter Dabrowicz - Bass Guitar
Chad Mahlberg - Rhythm/Lead Guitar

For more information, visit www.cessate.net.


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