ENFORSAKEN: Japanese Version Of 'The Forever Endeavor' To Include Bonus Tracks
Arlington Heights, Illinois-based death metallers ENFORSAKEN will have their latest album, "The Forever Endeavor", released in Japan on September 29 through Soundholic Records. The Japanese pressing of the CD will include four additional "bonus" tracks — three previously unreleased numbers and a cover of CARCASS' "Incarnated Solvent Abuse". "That cover was done back in late 2000, but this cover never saw a proper release, so we thought it would be a great bonus track for Japan," the band write on their web site.
"The Forever Endeavor" was released in March through Century Media/Olympic Records.
ENFORSAKEN's next live appearance will take place on December 18 at the Wisconsin Winter Metal Assault in Combined Locks, WI.
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