0 X í S T: New Song Posted Online

Finnish "dark" metal band 0 X í S T has posted a new demo song, "Old World Vanished", on its MySpace page. The track is taken from the group's new promo CD-R, which the band has recorded in order to prepare for its full-length debut.

0 X í S T's first album will be recorded in early 2011.

In other news, 0 X í S T will host its "Dark Metal Manifest" club event for the first time on October 8 at Club Escape in Riihimäki, Finland. Also scheduled to appear are MMD from Helsinki and GHOST VOYAGE from Tampere.

0 X í S T's debut EP, "Unveiling the Shadow World", was released earlier this year through France's Ostra Records.

0 X í S T, which stands for "zero exist," performs "heavy, slow and menacing dark metal."

0 X í S T is:

Jani Koskela - Vocals, Guitar
Henrik Hajanti - Guitar
Ossi Leino - Bass
Andy Koski-Semmens - Drums

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