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Deicide Announces "In The minds Of Evil" Album

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Deicide will release "In The Minds of Evil" this fall via Century Media Records.

The album is the eleventh studio recording of an illustrious career spanning more than 25 years, and is being produced by Jason Suecoff. The complete track listing is as follows:

1. In The Minds Of Evil
2. Thou Begone
3. Godkill
4. Beyond Salvation
5. Misery Of One
6. Between The Flesh And The Void
7. Even The Gods Can Bleed
8. Trample The Cross
9. Banished By Evil
10. Kill The Light Of Christ
11. End The Wrath Of God

Decibel Magazine joined Deicide in the studio earlier this year, reporting: "Expect a super-brutal blast to the cranium. Longtime fans will pick up on nuances inspired from the almighty Legion effort." With drummer Steve Asheim adding, "we're going to get down and dirty this time around, so expect the lyrics to be brutal."

Deicide is: Glen Benton (vocals and bass), Kevin Quirion (guitars), Steve Asheim (drums) and Jack Owen (guitars).

The band will preview "In The Minds of Evil" on the road this fall on the No Salvation Tour with fellow Century Media labelmates Broken Hope in support. Also opening are Disgorge and Necronomicon.

The North American tour launches October 2nd in Atlanta, GA, and ends October 24th in Austin, TX. Highlights include a convergence with the Delaware Death Fest October 5th, as well as stops in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles. Complete dates are listed below.

10/02: Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
10/03: Charlotte, NC - Tremont Music Hall
10/04: Springfield, VA - Empire
10/05: Wilmington, DE - Mojo 13 (Delaware Death Fest, co-headline with Suffocation)
10/06: New York, NY - Gramercy Theatre
10/07: Montreal, QC - Club Soda
10/08: Toronto, ON - WreckRoom
10/10: Columbus, OH - Alrosa Villa
10/11: Chicago, IL - Cobra Lounge
10/12: Kansas City, MO - Riot Room
10/13: Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater
10/15: Spokane, WA - The Hop
10/16: Seattle, WA - Studio Seven
10/17: Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
10/18: San Francisco, CA - DNA Lounge
10/19: S. Lake Tahoe, CA - Whisky Dick's
10/20: W. Hollywood, CA - The Whisky
10/21: Phoenix, AZ - Joe's Grotto
10/22: El Paso, TX - Tricky Falls
10/23: Dallas, TX - Trees
10/24: Austin, TX - Infest

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1. kr writes:

Did they really scratch Pittsburgh off the tour? Are you serious?! DAMN IT!!!!!!!!!!!

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2. Mr Singh writes:

Always same old themes with this band cant they do anything different, topics Christ bashing, bible bashing, god bashing, it got old after 2 records.

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3. BrianMN writes:

I think a lot of people forget one of the things that made Deicide as big as they are was Glen's voice on the first two albums. His intensity and fury couldn't be matched.
Can he REALLY bring that back after all these years?
As far as the music sounding like Legion?
Considering the two guy who wrote Legion aren't in the band anymore....well...maybe they heard Liar in Wait and realized they had to step up their game?
I hope they do...a killer album from both groups would be ideal.

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4. Cynic writes:

I enjoyed "To Hell with God", I'll check this out.

I don't get people complaining about Benton writing the same lyrics, that's what they do and that's what I like about them. In many ways Deicide was my entry into unashamedly anti-christian music, doesn't matter how overblown it was. I'd be disappointed if Benton wasn't writing a song called "Kill The Light Of Christ". No-one gives CC sh** any more for their lyrics.

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