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Year of Desolation Reveal Artwork, Two New Tracks

Indiana thrashers YEAR OF DESOLATION have revealed artwork and two tracks from the band’s forthcoming self-titled Prosthetic Records debut. Boasting in-depth artwork from Paul Romano (Mastodon, The Acacia Strain), and production from Jamie King (Between The Buried And Me, Through The Eyes of the Dead), 'Year of Desolation' will see a January 23 release, with the band having already spent much of 2006 on the road alongside the likes of Incantation, headlining the Cultivating The Masses tour, and a two-month tour with labelmates Burn In Silence.

The band has posted two tracks, “The Economy of Excess” and “Erasing Your Existence,” on the official YEAR OF DESOLATION MySpace page, while artwork can be found at Prosthetic Records.com (front, back). The official Prosthetic Records MySpace page is also housing a streaming copy of “The Economy of Excess.”

YEAR OF DESOLATION is currently mapping out plans to continue touring in early 2007, details on that will be available shortly.

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