New Resurrection Album Delayed
Tampa death metallers and former Nuclear Blast recording artists RESURRECTION, who had moderate success with their debut album "Embalmed Existence" (1993), have had the European release date of their new album, "Mistaken for Dead", pushed back to June 13 from the previously announced May 30 (via Massacre Records). The CD will be available as a limited-edition digipack (Europe only) with bonus material. The record will be handled in North America by Locomotive Records.
"Mistaken for Dead" contains nine songs and will be enhanced with a three-part DVD segment featuring footage on the making of the album, interviews, funny stuff, on-the-road material, live shots, and vintage footage. The album will also include a professionally shot video for the song "Buried Alive" which was filmed a few weeks ago in Tampa.
The CD was mixed by Mark Lewis at AudioHammer studios in Sanford, Florida. Mark's credits include TRIVIUM, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, CHIMAIRA and BURY YOUR DEAD, among others.
RESURRECTION's 2008 plans include a full European fall tour and hopefully a run in the States towards the end of summer.
"Mistaken for Dead" track listing:
01. Buried Alive
03. A Thirst For Flesh
06. The Deciever
07. Ritual Slaughter
08. Death By Desire
09. Perils of Burden
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