Scent Of Flesh
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Finnish death metallers SCENT OF FLESH have parted ways with guitarist Aleksi Susi. A replacement axeman will be announced soon.
As previously reported, SCENT OF FLESH will release its third album, "Deform in Torture", on February 21 via Firebox Records. The track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. Living But Stillborn
02. At the Stake of Mercy
03. Deform in Torture
04. Last Act of Power
05. Relentless Hands
06. Delusions of Deity
07. One Holy Truth
08. Our Own Archnemesis
Finnish death metallers Scent of Flesh have announced that the release date for their new album will be February 21st. The disc, titled 'Deform In Torture,' will be the band's third offering.
Finnish death metallers SCENT OF FLESH have posted a new song entitled "One Holy Truth" here. The track is expected to appear on the band's upcoming third full-length album, tentatively due in 2007.
SCENT OF FLESH previously released two full-length albums — "Roaring Depths of Insanity" (2003, Black Lotus) and "Valour in Hatred" (2004, Firebox) — plus a four-song EP, "Become Malignity" (2005, Firebox).
Finnish brutal death metallers SCENT OF FLESH have posted the following message on their official web site:
"Niko Ahokas [vocals] is no more a member of SCENT OF FLESH. This decision was made because of his lack of motivation. We're not looking for a new vocalist, and from now on all vocals will be done by Matti Viisainen, who has earlier been the band's backing vocalist. We apologise all who think this sucks it wasn't an easy decision. Still, show must go on. Wish you well, Niko."
SCENT OF FLESH had previously released two full-length albums — "Roaring Depths of Insanity" (2003, Black Lotus Records) and "Valour in Hatred" (2004, Firebox Records) — plus a four-song EP, "Become Malignity" (2005, Firebox Records).