North Texas devastating death metal act, The Famine, has posted a third track from the forthcoming full-length, The Architects of Guilt, on the band’s official MySpace page. “The New Hell”, the album’s punishing opening track, can be streamed online now at: http://www.myspace.com/thefaminedestroys, while a mobile-web-accessible YouTube audio stream is also available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0eZCCz2rbA. “The New Hell” joins the recently released, “Ad Mortem” and “VII The Fraudulent”, as the first songs to be revealed from The Famine’s sophomore Solid State Records release.
“’The New Hell’ is a place where Brian Deneke can be killed in part because he has a Mohawk and a leather jacket, and his murderer can get probation for being a good Christian,” explains vocalist Nick Nowell of the new track. “’The New Hell’ is a place where James Byrd can have his body parts strewn across several miles of country road because of his skin color. ‘The New Hell’ is a place where we can all look the other way, and that is much more horrifying than anything I ever read about in Sunday school.”
The Architects of Guilt will hit stores on February 15th.
The first single from The Architects of Guilt, “Ad Mortem”, is now available for download on iTunes, where the band is currently featured on the “Rock” and “Metal” pages, at: http://www.solidstaterecords.com/itunes_links/the_famine_ad_mortem.php, or on Amazon.com at: http://www.solidstaterecords.com/itunes_links/the_famine_ad_mortem_amazon.php.

The track list for The Architects of Guilt is…

1. The New Hell
2. Ad Mortem
3. We Are The Wolves
4. Turner Classic Diaries
5. Bigger Cages, Longer Chains!
6. The Crown and The Holy See
7. VII The Fraudulent
8. A Pavement Of Good Intentions
9. A Fragile Peace
10. Pyrithion House
11. To The Teeth
“This album is dripping with testosterone and will definitely put some hair on your chest! There will be no sophomore slump with The Famine.” – IndieVisionMusic.com
Two behind-the-scenes video blogs, filmed during the band’s summer recording session, can be seen at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwN7GQzY4ec and: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tLNbQsuggk.
The Architects of Guilt can be pre-ordered now through the Solid State Records webstore at: http://zambooie.com/solidstate/detail.tpl?sku=SSRCD95282, while a CD/t-shirt combo pre-order is available at: http://zambooie.com/solidstate/detail.tpl?sku=SSRCOMBO95282.
Stay tuned for more information on The Famine and The Architects of Guilt.

The Famine is…
Nick Nowell – vocals
Andrew Godwin – guitar
Mark Garza – drums
Jon Richardson – bass

The Famine online…
www.thefaminedestroys.com
www.myspace.com/thefaminedestroys
www.facebook.com/thefaminedestroys
www.solidstaterecords.com

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