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Vomitor Reveals New Album "The Escalation" Details

Hells Headbangers has announced January 22nd, 2013 as the release date for Vomitor's third and latest album, "The Escalation." Hells Headbangers will handling the release of "The Escalation" in North and South America while Invictus Productions will be handling the album's release in Europe. The track listing and artwork can be found below, and the following press release was issued about the album:

"Done bleeding the priest, after drinking the devil's poison, Vomitor increase the nuclear heat with The Escalation! Legends in the diehard metal underground, these Aussie hooligans return with their barbaric, ancient Metal of Death: thermonuclear riffing, divebombing solos, vocal vomit, and chaotic crunch that's quintessentially and uniquely Vomitor! To celebrate their highly anticipated return, Vomitor will be embarking on their first-ever American tour in December, playing six exclusive dates in the following cities on the following dates (all CONFIRMED):

December 5th - Philadelphia, PA
December 6th - Baltimore, MD
December 7th - Richmond, VA
December 8th - Pittsburgh, PA
December 9th - Cleveland, OH
December 10th - Brooklyn, NY

"Jointly dubbed the 'Bleeding America' tour, American cult Negative Plane will be touring alongside Vomitor on all six dates. Early copies of the CD and LP version of The Escalation will be for sale at all dates of the tour. More info can be found at this location."

Several tracks from "The Escalation" can be heard below, and the track listing is:

1. Pits of Nightmare/Pitch Black
2. Prayer of Nightmare
3. Salem Witches Grave
4. Hellburst to Fight
5. The Escalation
6. Metal or Die
7. Horrors of Black Earth

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