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DIVINE HERESY post "Face Breaker" Instrumental Version

Divine Heresy DIVINE HERESY's pummeling new offering, Bringer of Plagues, which is set for a July 28th North American release, redefines the meaning of aggression and takes extreme to an all new level. Neal has undoubtedly proven that he is the perfect fit for the role as he delivers a debut performance for the ages. A unique instrumental version of the album's scathing opening cut, "Face Breaker," is now available on the band's newly revamped MySpace page.

A specially priced pre-order package (see below for details of each
package) is also available now exclusively at this location that features the new Bringer Of Plagues
CD, an exclusive T-shirt and pick card for only $20 (while supplies

The creative force behind the genre-defying, legendary metal titans Fear Factory, guitarist Dino Cazares, has returned with a mind-blowing, scathing new offering that shatters the boundaries of conventionality with unrelenting intensity, precision and speed. This new offering from Cazares' extreme metal juggernaut DIVINE HERESY also features one of the genre's most acclaimed drummers, Tim Yeung (ex-Nile, Vital Remains), bassist Joe Payne (ex-Nile) and newcomer vocalist Travis Neal (ex-The Bereaved, Pushed).

Cazares further comments: "The songwriting process for this album was a great experience and the ideas were constantly flowing. Collaborating with Tim Yeung, Joe Payne and Neal, all together hashing out ideas in the practice space was very therapeutic and enjoyable. We all had a collective desire to take our performances to the next level with this release to undoubtedly prove that we are one of the most devastating bands in the scene today. This is most evident on the opening cut 'Face Breaker,' which we can't wait for all of you to hear. Check it out and drop us a message to let us know what you think of it. We will see you all soon."

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Tags:  Divine HeresyDino CazaresTim YeungBringer of PlaguesCentury Media

    June 30, 2009

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