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Casket Robbery Premieres Full "Evolution Of Evil" Album

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Both pulverizing and catchy, Wisconsin's Casket Robbery will release full-length debut album "Evolution of Evil" this coming March 4th through Mortal Music.

Pre-orders are online in various configurations here, but you don't actually have to wait till March to hear the album. That's right death metal fanatics: we're premiering the full "Evolution of Evil" album well in advance!

Listen in to all ten tracks below and let us know what you think of the style on display by these newcomers to the scene. Casket Robbery guitarist Cory Scheider (Echoterra, ex-Luna Mortis) comments:

“When we decided to do the album we knew we were going to pull out all the stops to make it the heaviest album we could imagine. We took our time to make sure that this debut would be massive. Not only in terms of the song writing but also the production.

"We teamed up with Chris Wisco to mix it, Cody Ratley to master it, and we recorded/engineered/produced a majority of the album ourselves. 'Evolution of Evil' is a direct imprint of our souls. We couldn’t deliver a more real and true death metal album.

"The songs on this album are our own brand of death metal. We do our own thing, our own way. You wont find many death metal albums that are catchy, brutal, unrelenting, and fun all rolled into one sound successfully. Our fans wanted to see us do a full length and here we have it! Turn it on, crank it, and fuck some shit up!"

The new album's track listing is:

1. Annibelle's Hell
2. Blood Bathory
3. Malevolent Milwaukee Massacre
4. Final Chapter
5. Undead Living Hell
6. Pray For Death
7. Curse Of The Night Stalker
8. Encroaching Darkness
9. Cyanide Skies
10. The Asylum

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