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Mekong Delta To Release "Intersections" Featuring Re-Recorded Songs

German pprogressive/technical thrash act Mekong Delta announced that the band will release an album of re-recorded classics entitled "Intersections." The album will be released through SPV/Steamhammer on April 20, 2012 (GER), April 23, 2012 (EU) and in early May 2012 for North America.

The track listing & artwork for "Intersections" is as follows:

1. Prophecy (originally from the "The Music of Erich Zann" LP)
2. The Cure (originally from the "Mekong Delta" LP)
3. Memories Of Tomorrow (originally from "The Music of Erich Zann" LP)
4. Heroes Grief (originally from the "Mekong Delta" LP)
5. Shades Of Doom (originally from "The Principles of Doubt" LP)
6. The Healer (originally from the "Visions Fugitives" LP)
7. Transgressor (originally from the "Dances of Death (and Other Walking Shadows)" LP)
8. Sphere Eclipse (originally from the "Kaleidoscope" LP)
9. Heartbeat (originally from the "Kaleidoscope" LP)
10. Innocent? (originally from the "Kaleidoscope" LP)

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1. Persecution Mike writes:

Cool News.
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2. Cynic writes:

You know I wrote a whole article on re-recordings, but MD were always a band I didn't grab onto much because the production just killed it for me, especially "The Music of Erich Zann". So should be interesting.

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