The Famine Posts New Song, "VII The Fraudulent," Online
North Texas brutal death metal band The Famine has uploaded a second track titled “VII The Fraudulent" from the forthcoming full-length, "The Architects of Guilt," to the band’s official MySpace page. The song joins the previously released, “Ad Mortem," as the first two tracks to be revealed from the February 15th Solid State Records release.
A mobile-web-accessible YouTube audio stream of “VII The Fraudulent” is also available below:
“This song is exactly about the filth who incite heinous acts, precisely like the one in Arizona that just shook this country,” explains The Famine vocalist, Nick Nowell. “Words carry weight, especially among fools and madmen.”
The track listing for "The Architects of Guilt" is as follows:
01. The New Hell?
02. Ad Mortem?
03. We Are The Wolves?
04. Turner Classic Diaries?
05. Bigger Cages, Longer Chains!
06. The Crown and The Holy See?
07. VII The Fraudulent?
08. A Pavement Of Good Intentions?
09. A Fragile Peace?
10. Pyrithion House?
11. To The Teeth
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