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Debut Album - "Anatomy Of Loss" - due for release 7th April 2017

We are pleased to announce the release of our debut album "ANATOMY OF LOSS," 7th April 2017.

The album features 7 tracks of misery and loss, spanning over 46 minutes. The artwork was created by none other than Travis Smith from Seempieces | Illustration & Design by Travis Smith, and looks fantastic on the 8 page jewel-cased booklet.

It is released through Grindscene Records, and will be available through the usual outlets. Pre-orders will go on sale soon, and accompanying album merchandise will follow.

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