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Divine Heresy Adds Ex-Nile Bassist

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DIVINE HERESY, the Los Angeles, CA-based band featuring former FEAR FACTORY/current ASESINO guitarist Dino Cazares, drummer Tim Yeung (ex-VITAL REMAINS, HATE ETERNAL) and Tommy Cummings (VEXT) on vocals, have enlisted bassist Joe Payne (ex-NILE, DOMINATION THROUGH IMPURITY, LUST OF DECAY).

The band will release their debut album, Bleed The Fifth, in North America on August 28 via Century Media. The album will be released via Roadrunner throughout the rest of the world.

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1. DeathInEye writes:

The two songs available on their myspace are brutal.

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2. nvcameron writes:

Holy sh**!!! I've heard the entire album & its friggen fantastic(Not one bad song). Easily on my list of best metal albums of 2007.

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3. Chued writes:

Yep. They are f***ing brutal and also there are some Fear Factory like melodic passages and so on. This is the sh** i always wanted to hear from Fear Factory! Now we got it here.

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4. nvcameron writes:

At least this album will make Fear Factory wake up & rethink their new album. It better be good after this killer album.

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