RESURRECTION Preparing To Hit The Road; New Studio Album In The Works

Tampa, Florida death metallers RESURRECTION will embark on the "Autumn Anguish" European tour this week. The trek will kick off on October 5 in Prague, Czech Republic nad will wrap on October 20 in Amsterdam.

RESURRECTION's current lineup consists of founding member and guitarist John Astl, drummer Gabriel Lewandowski (EQUINOX, HELLWITCH, ACHERON), vocalist Jon Deloe and bassist Manny Martinez.

The band recently performed a hometown show crowd where they were joined by Rob Barrett (CANNIBAL CORPSE) and Jack Owen (DEICIDE) for a cover of IRON MAIDEN's "The Trooper". Video footage of the performance can be seen below.

RESURRECTION's 2013 plans include the recording of a new full-length album, followed by European and South American tours.

The group is currently in discussions with a few record labels about a new recording contract.

RESURRECTION released its latest album, "Mistaken For Dead", in North America in October 2008 via Locomotive Records. The CD was issued in Europe in July 2008 through Massacre Records.


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