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Solstice Reissues Early Catalogue And Remixes "Pray" On Double CD

Miami death thrash band Solstice, who just wrapped up an engagement at the Central Illinois Metal Fest, reissued its early catalogue on Divebomb Records recently. Titled "Pray for the Sentencing," the "Pray" release of the double CD was also remixed by guitarist Dennis Munoz in 2011. The original Ed Repka cover illustration is on the release as well. Audio samples of two of the songs, "Transmogrified" and the 2011 version of "The Unseen," have been streaming over on Soundcloud, which you can hear below after the jump. Solstice also released "To Dust" in 2009.

DISC 1
"The Sentencing" – 1992

1 Transmogrified
2 Cleansed Of Impurity
3 Eternal Waking
4 Survival Reaction
5 S.M.D.
6 Netherworld
7 Plasticized
8 Cataclysmic Outburst
9 Aberration

"Pray" – 1995

10 The Unseen
11 Denial
12 Pray
13 All Life Lost
14 Freedom Denied
15 Close Minded Failure
16 Depression
17 Bleeding Unborn
18 One At A Time
19 Eyes See Red

DISC 2
"Pray – 2011 (Remix)"

1 The Unseen
2 Denial
3 Pray
4 All Life Lost
5 Freedom Denied
6 Close Minded Failure
7 Depression
8 Bleeding Unborn
9 One At A Time
10 Eyes See Red

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