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Below is our complete Intensus news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Intensus Studio Footage Posted Online

Extreme metal act Intensus has posted a new studio documentary clip online to promote its recently released debut album. The full length, which is self-titled, was issued through Metal Blade Records. You can view the album's track list below as well as the studio footage below.

1. Eskia Tu Daemonia
2. The Intense
3. New York, Yeah Scranton
4. Colon Cleanse Your Sins
5. Trampled By Horns
6. Festering
7. Outlast Robinsum
8. Anomaly Detected: Supernova Remnant N 63A
9. The Pit Of Hands
10. Man Crusher
11. Time Killer Shitter
12. The Church Forever
13. Anomaly Reached: Supernova Remnant N 63A
14. I Gave Up
15. Axis Mundi
16. I’m A Wisdom

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Intensus Reveals Debut Album Track Listing

Extreme metal act Intensus has revealed the track listing for the release of its upcoming debut album. The full length, which is self-titled, will be issued through Metal Blade Records by the end of the year. You can view the album's track list below.

1. Eskia Tu Daemonia
2. The Intense
3. New York, Yeah Scranton
4. Colon Cleanse Your Sins
5. Trampled By Horns
6. Festering
7. Outlast Robinsum
8. Anomaly Detected: Supernova Remnant N 63A
9. The Pit Of Hands
10. Man Crusher
11. Time Killer Shitter
12. The Church Forever
13. Anomaly Reached: Supernova Remnant N 63A
14. I Gave Up
15. Axis Mundi
16. I’m A Wisdom

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Intensus Posts New Single Online

Extreme metal act Intensus, which signed to Metal Blade Records earlier this year, has launched the first single and pre-order for the band's self-titled debut album, which will be available on July 5th, 2011.

The project, helmed by multi-talented musician/producer Eli Litwin, consists of a myriad of guest musicians from the underground metal world including Tommy Rogers (Between the Buried and Me), Robert Meadows (A Life Once Lost), Jesse Korman (The Number Twelve Looks Like You), Chris Alfano (East of the Wall / Postman Syndrome) and more.

The first single, "I Gave Up," featuring Robert Meadows of A Life Once Lost fame, can be heard below. Pre-order info is available here.

Intensus "I Gave Up" (feat. Robert Meadows) by Metal Blade Records

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Intesus Signs To Metal Blade

Metal Blade Records has issued the following announcement about inking a record deal with Intensus:

"Metal Blade Records is pleased to announce the signing of Intensus, an exciting and unique recording project masterminded by multi-instrumentalist Eli Litwin, drummer of Knife the Glitter, Burden, Normal Love and others. A resident of Philadelphia for many years, Litwin has been active in the local metal and underground rock scenes, as well as the avant-garde/improvised music scene. Through merging and reinterpreting these dynamic scenes, the vision for Intensus was born: an improvised extreme metal album with one goal in mind—intensity.

"The first, self-titled Intensus album features vocals from Tommy Rogers (Between the Buried and Me), Robert Meadows (A Life Once Lost), Jesse Korman (The Number Twelve Looks Like You), Chris Alfano (East of the Wall / Postman Syndrome), Jerry Jones (Trophy Scars), Travis Weinand (Burden / Tetsuo), Evan Moore (Gypsy Wig / Birth Screams), and Ruston Grosse. Also featured on the album, Alex Nagle (Satanized / ex-Normal Love) and Jason Herrmann (Burden / Tetsuo) lend their guitar shredding skills for 2 incredible solos."

Eli Litwin comments: "It is an incredible honor to be signed with Metal Blade Records. Cannibal Corpse’s The Bleeding was one of the first metal albums I ever heard so I feel as though things have really come full circle. I am beyond excited that such an important and influential label will be releasing my music to the world."

Guest vocalist Tommy Rogers of Between The Buried And Me, comments: "Working on the Intensus record was a breath of fresh air. It was nice to take a totally different approach to writing and recording. When Eli sent me the songs he told me he had written a lot of the material through improv. So I decided to take the same route and write/record the vocals on the fly. It was a very exciting experience. My motivation: let go and destroy my fucking voice. This music is truly intense and I'm very happy to be a part of it." More...

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