RELAPSE To Reissue Classic CONVULSE Album

December 16, 2009

Relapse Records will re-release CONVULSE's first proper full-length, "World Without God", this coming January. "World Without God" is an underground metal classic and will be available once-again for the first time in over 10 years on January 19. The reissue will be re-mastered, repackaged, and feature the band's legendary 1990 demo, "Resuscitation of Evilness". Additional information on this release is available now at this location.

CONVULSE only released two full-length albums during its short-lived death metal career but is still considered among the forefathers of the Finnish metal scene.

For more information, including audio samples, visit the official CONVULSEMySpace page.

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