Reunited EXCRUCIATION To Release New 12-Inch Picture Disc

Reunited Swiss metallers EXCRUCIATION have completed work on a new three-song recording at Blu Velvet Studio in Modena, Italy with engineer Alberto Solieri, who has previously worked with the biggest names in Italian music industry, like NEK, ANDREA BOCELLI, ZUCCHERO and LAURA PAUSINI. The group laid down two new tracks ("Arise" and "Kissing Your Life Goodbye") and re-recorded a classic song ("My Addiction") for release on a 12-inch picture disc only.


Eugenio Meccariello - Vocals
José Venegas - Guitar
Marcel Bosshart - Guitar
George Hauser - Guitar
D.D. Lowinger - Bass
Andy Renggli - Drums

EXCRUCIATION are planning a release party to be held at the Abart Music Club in Zurich on November 10, 2005. Also scheduled to appear are FEAR MY THOUGHTS and EX, among others.

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