UNBURIED: New Demo Tracks Posted Online

April 22, 2007

St. Louis, Missouri-based extreme metal band UNBURIED has posted the tracks "Law of Retaliation" and "Blasphemy Through Dismal Actions" on its MySpace page. The songs mark the singing debut of guitarist Dreathus Harris, who recently took over as the group's frontman following the departure of Justin Tombed.

On the subject of his vocal approach, Dreathus recently said, "My influences include Erik Rutan [HATE ETERNAL], Peter Tägtgren [HYPOCRISY], Max Cavalera (SEPULTURA, 'till about '94),and Ihsahn [EMPEROR]. This has already proved to be one of the heaviest challenges I've faced as a musician, but it's coming together, sounding great, and I never realized how fun it is to fuckin scream!"

UNBURIED will enter Jupiter Studios on May 5 to record a new EP. More information will be made available soon.

According to the band's official bio, UNBURIED was formed in 2003 by founding members Harris and Tim Brown. Their music is a unique blend of thrash metal, black metal and death metal. UNBURIED are known for their extreme musical style, which involves fast tremolo picking, guitar solos, double bass drumming, blast beats and death grunt vocals. They released their debut LP in 2004, entitled "Welcome To Your Graveyard". In 2005 the band recorded their second LP, "Blasphemy Through Dismal Actions". In 2006 they released the EPs "Pure Fucking Brutality" and "Lex Talionis" via Asylum Recordings. Also the group was featured in the national magazine Metal Maniacs (November 2006). The band has since opened for such acts as DISMEMBER, GRAVE, VITAL REMAINS, DEMIRICOUS, VAMPIRE MOOOSE and THERION.

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