From: Telford, Shropshire, United Kingdom
Last Known Status: Disbanded
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Reformed U.K. death metallers CANCER have completed work on their new studio album, "Spirit In Flames", due on June 20 via Copro Records. The group's first full-length studio album (fifth overall) since 1995's "Black Faith" was recorded over a three-week period at Philia studios in Henley on Thames, England and is said to be "a very heavy album. . . the darkest [the band] have done thus far."
"Spirit In Flames" track listing:
01. Insides Out
02. Mindless Reactions
03. Spirit In Flames
05. Solar Prophecy
06. Devils Playground
A launch party for the CD will take place at the London Deathfest on June 18, with a full European tour to follow.
CANCER released an EP, "Corporation$", last May through Copro. Included on the effort was the group's cover version of the CELTIC FROST classic "Dethroned Emperor".
CANCER's current lineup includes drummer Carl Stokes, vocalist/guitarist John Walker, bassist Adam Richardson, and guitarist Dave Leitch (PULVERISED). Leitch replaced Rob Engvikson last summer after Rob left the group to focus on his long-running ASATRU project (which has since been renamed DANELAW).
CANCER guitarist/vocalist John Walker and drummer Carl Stokes will spend the next few months writing material for a new full-length album, tentatively due in 2005 through Copro Records. In the meantime, guitarist Rob Engvikson will re-launch his ASATRU project, which is tentatively scheduled to release a full-length album of its own early next year. CANCER recently issued their comeback EP, "Corporation$", through Copro. Included on the effort was CANCER's cover version of the CELTIC FROST classic "Dethroned Emperor".