RESUSCITATOR To Re-Release Debut Album In May

California-based "dark occult blackened death metal" act RESUSCITATOR will have their debut full-length album, "Cursed Visions From His Infernal Realm" (2003), reissued through Displeased Records on May 28. The re-release will have a new cover it will be re-mixed and re-mastered. In addition, it will also include the "Hell's Storms" video as bonus material. Download an MP3 clip of the track "Maldicion", taken from "Cursed Visions From His Infernal Realm", at this location.

RESUSCITATOR are currently working on material for a new full-length album, tentatively titled "A Warrior's Death", due later in the year. A concert appearance alongside a "national band" will take place in late April/early May.


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