AS I LAY DYING's Cover Of JUDAS PRIEST Classic Available For Streaming
October 3, 2011
Grammy-nominted metallers AS I LAY DYING have announced the details of their upcoming release, "Decas", coinciding with the band's 10-year anniversary.
With over a million units sold in the U.S. in just less than 10 years, the San Diego act will celebrate this milestone with the very special release, "Decas", due on November 8 in North America and November 7 in Europe (except in Germany, Austria and Switzerland where it will arrive three days earlier) via Metal Blade Records.
"Decas" celebrates the band's accomplishments by offering three brand new songs, cover songs that pay homage to just a few of the bands that have influenced AS I LAY DYING, and remixes by Innerpartysystem, Benjamin Weinman (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN),Kelly "Carnage" Cairns (AUSTRIAN DEATH MACHINE, WAR OF AGES),and Big Chocolate (ASKING ALEXANDRIA, IWRESTLEDABEARONCE, SUICIDE SILENCE).
"Decas" track listing:
01. Paralyzed 02. From Shapeless To Breakable 03. Moving Forward 04. War Ensemble (SLAYER cover) 05. Hellion (JUDAS PRIEST cover) 06. Electric Eye (JUDAS PRIEST cover) 07. Coffee Mug (DESCENDENTS cover) 08. Beneath The Encasing Of Ashes (re-recorded medley) 09. The Blinding Of False Light (Innerpartysystem remix) 10. Wrath Upon Ourselves (Benjamin Weinman remix) 11. Confined (Kelly "Carnage" Cairns remix) 12. Elegy (Big Chocolate remix)
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