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Year of Desolation Put "Elitist Death Squad" Online

Indiana thrashers YEAR OF DESOLATION have unveiled additional new music via the band's MySpace page. "Elitist Death Squad," the opening track from the band's self-titled Prosthetic Records debut has been added alongside the previously available tracks "Running The Gauntlet," "The Economy of Excess" and "Erasing Your Existence," all of which appear on the forthcoming album.

"2007 is the year of desolation," frontman Chad Zimmerman said with a chuckle. "Much love goes out to all our new friends from across the nation, hot off the heels of an extremely awesome friend-making quest across the USA. We had a blast with the dudes in Incantation, Internal Suffering and Burn In Silence and we're really looking forward to the album's release. We look forward to being the first band to break your neck this year and unleashing our unholy terror upon the masses in '07. We also look forward to making many, many more friends on the road and seeing some new faces too. Spread the word, it's time for the desolation crew to unite!"

YEAR OF DESOLATION's self-titled record will see a Jan. 23 release through Prosthetic Records. Featuring extensive artwork from renowned artist Paul Romano (Mastodon, The Red Chord), the record also boasts production from Jamie King (Through The Eyes of the Dead, Between The Buried And Me). Having already toured extensively throughout 2006 alongside Incantation, Burn In Silence and headlining shows across the country, YEAR OF DESOLATION will have more touring details shortly.

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