RAGING SPEEDHORN: New Album Samples Available

August 21, 2007

Audio samples of all 10 tracks that are set to appear on RAGING SPEEDHORN's new album, "Before the Sea Was Built", have been posted on www.spv.de. The CD will be released by SPV on the following dates:

Germany: September 7
Rest of Europe: September 10
Rest of World: September 11

"Before the Sea Was Built" was recorded at Foel Studio in North Wales with producer Larry Hibbitt. The track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Everything Changes
02. Before The Sea Was Built
03. Dignity Stripper
04. Mishima
05. The Last Comet From Nothingness
06. Born To Twist The Knife
07. Who Will Guard The Guards?
08. Too Drunk To Give A Fuck
09. Sound Of Waves
10. Jump Ship

RAGING SPEEDHORN's last CD, "How the Great Have Fallen", was released in May 2005 via SPV.

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