GODLESS RISING Sets Title For Full-Length Debut

GODLESS RISING, the Rhode Island-based death metal band featuring original VITAL REMAINS members Jeff Gruslin (vocals; 1987-1996, 1999-2000) and Paul Flynn (guitar), has set "Battle Lords" as the title of its full-length debut, due in early 2007 via Moribund Cult Records. Chris Moyen of Thorncross Productions will create the cover artwork for the CD, which will contain all-new material, with the possibility of a re-recorded song from the band's limited-edition six-song EP, entitled "Rising Hatred" (Pathos Productions).

GODLESS RISING is:

Jeff Gruslin - Vocal Attack And Screams
Paul Flynn - Lead Guitar
Mike McPherson (LEUKORRHEA) - Drums
Mike Lecam - Rhythm Guitar
Justin Flynn - Bass Guitar

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/godlessrising.

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