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Karl Sanders To Guest On New Nervecell Album "Psychogenocide"

Nervecell has issued the following announcement about Karl Sanders of Nile making a guest appearance on the band's upcoming album:

"We are extremely proud to announce that Karl Sanders will be a part of our new album 'Psychogenocide' as guest vocals on the song entitled 'Shunq (To The Despaired…King Of Darkness).'

"This particular song is special to the band as it will mark the first extreme metal track ever to include both Arabic lyrics mixed in with English lyrics, and who better else to have come on board and collaborate on this theme with us than the legendary Karl Sanders!

"The word 'Shunq' in Arabic has two meanings: to choke or to be hung by the neck. The song consists mainly of ideas and knowledge gathered from sources that speak about Lucifer and the demons that serve him. The song 'Shunq (To The Despaired…King Of Darkness)' speaks about the battle of us humans and these demons in reality, in the end Satan himself brought forth to justice."

The "Psychogenocide" track listing is as follows:

1. Anemic Assurgency
2. Upon An Epidemic Scheme
3. All Eyes On Them
4. Amok Doctrine
5. Psychogenocide
6. Imprint
7. Shunq (To The Despaired…King Of Darkness)
8. The Taste Of Betrayal
9. Driven By Nescience
10. Nation's Plague

The new album is scheduled for release on Spellbind Records on March 31st 2011 in the Middle East and Lifeforce Records on April 29th 2011 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and on May 2nd 2011 in the rest of Europe & the UK.

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