ANNUNAKI Prepares To Record Debut Album

September 15, 2006

ANNUNAKI, the New Jersey-based blackened death metal band featuring ex-BLOOD FEAST drummer Kevin Kuzma, will be performing at Deathtoberfest 2006 in support of DEICIDE on October 20 at NorthSix in Brooklyn, New York. Also on the bill are NACHTMYSTIUM, DAATH, EMBALMER, DESOLATION, GODLESS RISING, and DIMENTIANON.

Fresh off of a performance at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York in support of CARNIVORE, ANNUNAKI will be entering Trax East Studios next week to record its full-length debut album, entitled "Throne of the Annunaki". The CD will be mastered at West-West Side Music with Alan Douches (KRISIUN, NILE, MASTODON) for an October 31 release via Militia Records.

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