GRAVE FORSAKEN: Reap What You Sow is now available for pre-order at Soundmass Downloads – http://downloads.soundmass.com

Soundmass is thrilled to be continuing their collaboration with Western Australian band Grave Forsaken with the release of their 5th studio album, “Reap What You Sow”. Formed in 2004, this unrelenting band has just hammered out their finest recording yet, a great mix of the thrash and heavy metal goodness presented on their previous albums “Fight To The Death” (2010) and “This Day Forth” (2009).  Continuing with producer Daniel Holmes (Templar, Scourged Flesh, 618) , “Reap What You Sow” captures both the energy and the spontaneity of Grave Forsaken and pounds it out into a solid chunk of traditional metal. Full of catchiness, melody and memorable metal anthems, no one can slow down this thrash bastion as they uphold and defend Aussie metal! As a bonus, everybody who pre-orders a physical CD of “Reap What You Sow” from Soundmass Downloads will immediately receive a free instant download of the album to listen to until they receive their copy in the mail. Included with the Grave Forsaken download is the full artwork (including lyrics) in PDF format. As an added bonus, the download will also include Digital Download Bonus Tracks – nine extra tracks that do not appear on the physical CD. Physical CDs are due in stock late August but samples of all the songs can now he heard at http://downloads.soundmass.com/products/grave-forsaken-reap-what-you-sow

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