Spain's DESECRATION To Release Debut Album In January

Spanish thrashers DESECRATION will release their debut album, "Lords Of Misery", on January 11, 2011 via the band's web site (online store) in jewel case and also in digital format. The artwork was created by Cesar Valladares and the photographic work was handled by Leandro García. The CD was recorded at Moontower Studios in Rubí (Barcelona) and was produced by Javier Félez. Two additional tracks were recorded by DESECRATION at the band's own home studio.

"Lords Of Misery" track listing:

01. Prelude To Depravity (2:10)
02. Molestation (1:27)
03. Lords Of Misery (5:32)
04. Mass Immolation (4:02)
05. Die Young (BLACK SABBATH cover) (2:54)
06. Face Your Fear (5:56)
07. Menthal Anesthesia (3:42)

DESECRATION will perform at its first-anniversary show on February 4, 2011 at Can Xic (Viladecans).

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