Dallas/Fort Worth ferocious death metal outfit, The Famine, has uploaded a second behind-the-scenes video blog, filmed during the band’s summer recording session of the forthcoming full-length, The Architects of Guilt, on the official Solid State Records YouTube channel.  Head over to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwN7GQzY4ec, and join vocalist, Nick Nowell, on a tour of the band’s North Texas living quarters, as they crafted the impending sophomore release.
The first video blog can be seen online at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tLNbQsuggk, while two tracks from The Architects of Guilt, “Ad Mortem” and “VII The Fraudulent”, are currently streaming on The Famine’s official MySpace page at: http://www.myspace.com/thefaminedestroys.
The Architects of Guilt will hit stores on February 15th.  It is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed, The Raven and the Reaping (2008).

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

“If you’re looking for the generic banality of many bands of this ilk, look elsewhere, for The Famine are here to bloody their knuckles and shred your soul” – Metalholic.com

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…

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