BEING KILLED: New Songs Posted Online

BEING KILLED, the Southern California-based death metal band featuring Dave Astor (CATTLE DECAPITATION, THE LOCUST, PATHOLOGY), Tim Tiszczenko (PATHOLOGY) and Levi Fuselier (DISGORGE, PATHOLOGY), has posted two brand new songs on its MySpace page. The tracks "Kill Yourself" and "Apocalypse Begun" come off the group's new CD, "Kill Yourself", which is due in August via Comatose Music.

According to the band's official bio, "BEING KILLED is one of the most unique and brutal acts to come out of Southern California, " featuring a "mix of speed, brutality and chunky riffage of the old and new school of death metal."

BEING KILLED's first CD, "Massacre of the Living", was released on January 3, 2008 via Sevared Records. All the music on the effort was perfomed as a two-piece (before Fuselier joined the fold) with a drum machine.


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