SAWTHIS: 'Egod' Artwork, Track Listing Revealed

Italian thrash-death metallers SAWTHIS (formerly SOTHIS) will release their sophomore album, "Egod", on May 17 via Scarlet Records. The CD was recorded at Petemkin Studios with producer Paolo Ojetti (INFERNAL POETRY). 13 songs were written for the album and 10 of them were tracked for the final product. Daniele "Axo" Galassi from INFERNAL POETRY played a guest guitar solo on "Barabba", which is said to be "the most atypical song that SAWTHIS has ever written."

"Egod" track listing:

01. Mr. Zero
02. Act Of Sorrow
03. Barabba
04. Him Mortality
05. A.B. Senses
06. Twonity
07. The Egod Teeth
08. I Hate You
09. Stain
10. Vanity

The song "Mr. Zero" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

Check out the cover artwork below.

SAWTHIS will begin a tour in May supporting the legendary Polish band VADER in Eastern Europe.

SAWTHIS's debut album, "Fusion", was released in April 2006 via Italy's Temple Of Noise Records.

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