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Saviours Announces New Album "Death's Procession" Details

Saviours has announced the release of the band's fourth album, "Death’s Procession," coming September 6th, 2011 on Kemado Records. Drummer Scott Batiste delivers this statement about the album:

“The main influence on this album was to go back to where we started - Sabbath, Maiden, Motorhead, Thin Lizzy... The whole record is a trek through Earth’s demise which everyone contributes to, oblivious or not. It’s a procession toward death. The world has gone insane. Humans have become apathetic, greedy, self-centered, over-medicated, delusional parasites in a filthy, drained and deflated world. It’s hopeless now, too far gone. Now we wait. That's what this record is about. Earth’s possession and death's procession.”

"Death’s Procession" was recorded by Phil Manley (of Trans Am and The Fucking Champs) at Lucky Cat in San Francisco. None other than Church Of Satan founder Anton Lavey makes a guest appearance of sorts -- says Batiste, “the crazy organ sounding thing through the beginning is Austin’s guitar thru Anton Lavey's old black Leslie, purchased from Lavey's estate sale... absolutely terrifying in person.”

Leading up to the release of "Death’s Procession," Kemado will release two ultra-limited, vinyl-only 12” EPs, featuring tracks from the album with other unreleased songs.

Saviours will also hit the road in September for a full North American tour with Weedeater, Bison B.C., and Fight Amp. Details are available here.

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cant wait for the record.

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