EXMORTUS: 'In Hatred's Flame' Release Date Announced
Los Angeles-based neo-classical death purveyors EXMORTUS have set a July 29 release date street date for their debut album, "In Hatred's Flame", via Heavy Artillery Records. Armed with a diverse array of influences from IRON MAIDEN, JUDAS PRIEST and YNGWIE MALMSTEEN to SLAYER, MARDUK and DEICIDE, "In Hatred's Flame" "showcases the band's unique blend of brutality and finesse," according to a press release. The CD features cover artwork by legendary artist Kris Verwimp, who has previously worked with ARCH ENEMY, MARDUK, ABSU, OLD MAN'S CHILD, IMMORTAL and many others. The limited vinyl edition will include deluxe packaging and a digital download card and will also be available as a numbered mail order-only deluxe colored vinyl edition.
Catch EXMORTUS on tour this summer with fellow L.A. thrashers BONDED BY BLOOD.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/exmortus.
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