COFFIN BIRTH: 'The Miracle Of Death' Now Available

January 15, 2008

New Brunswick's purveyors of quality black thrash COFFIN BIRTH — featuring former members of OBSCENE EULOGY and BOUND IN HUMAN FLESH — have released their debut full-length CD, "The Miracle of Death", via Bleak Art Records. The track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. All Hallows Mass
02. Arise from Damnation
03. The Pain of Being Dead
04. Secrets in the Rotten Tree
05. Spiders of Insomnia
06. Graveyards Ablaze!
07. Fatal Baptism
08. A Crime of Mere Existence
09. The Miracle of Death

You can download the COFFIN BIRTH's three-song demo for free at the band's web site and preview songs from the new album at the group's MySpace page.

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