ANAL STENCH To Release 'Red Revolution' In February

January 18, 2008

Metal Mind Productions has set a February 4 European release date (April 15 in the U.S. via MVD) for "Red Revolution", the second full-length album from ANAL STENCH, the project featuring members of the Polish bands DECAPITATED, THY DISEASE, SCEPTIC and VIRGIN SNATCH. According to a press release, the group "has prepared another dose of of intelligent brutality! Heavy riffs, daring and cynical lyrics, solos and diversified vocals sung by two singers — it's all there!"

"Red Revolution" track listing:

02. Hammer & Stickle
03. Charnobyl Hydrogenic Bomb
04. War Trip
05. Sputnik
06. The 666th Party Congress
07. Civil Unreast
08. Go Gagarin Go
09. Red Light Means Stop
10. Red Revolution
11. Outro

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