CANNIBAL CORPSE Bassist Records Guest Appearance On TIWANAKU Debut

Bassist Alex Webster (CANNIBAL CORPSE, BLOTTED SCIENCE) has finished recording a guest appearance on the debut album from TIWANAKU, the central Florida-based metal band featuring Wade Black (CRIMSON GLORY) on vocals, Emo Mowery (ex-NOCTURNUS) on guitar/vocals and Mike Estes (BURNING INSIDE, ACHERON) on guitar.

Commenting on Webster's contribution to a track called "Today in Battle", Mowery stated, "Alex is one of the most professional and humble musicians we have had the pleasure to work with. When we called him to ask if he would like to record a song with us, there was no hesitation with him at all. Alex did a very proficient and awesome job!! We gave him full rein to pick whatever song of ours he wanted to do, let him do his thing with it, and the finished tracks came out phenomenal! We couldn't be happier with the results!"

TIWANAKU's full-length debut is being produced by Neil Kernon (NEVERMORE, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE, DOKKEN) and is tentatively due before the end of the year via an as-yet-undetermined record label.

The band recently posted two new demo tracks on its official web site. Check out "Playing God" and "Ghost War" at this location.

The group stated in a press release: "For those familiar with the EP released by TIWANAKU several years ago, the essence of that genesis has been captured, intensified and is ready to be unleashed as a truly new breed of beast."


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