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High Roller Records, slipcase. It's quite a sensation that another Morbid Saint album is being released these days, more than 30 years after their second LP "Destruction System" was recorded but not finished until it's official release recently. However, the prospect of writing new music in their unique death/thrash metal style was one of the main reasons why the core members reunited in 2010 in the first place. During their first active phase from 1984 to '94, the band was far from realizing their potential, especially with regard to their groundbreaking first record "Spectrum of Death" (1990). The new work was the result of a long-distance creative exchange, with all members bouncing ideas off each other to fire off a barrage of ten extreme metal tracks the likes of which are rarely heard today - absolutely devastating yet musically sophisticated, pushing boundaries without sounding forced, and topped off with artwork by the legendary Ed Repka (Death, Megadeth). "Swallowed By Hell" was recorded by Chris Djuricic (Num Skull, Disinter) at The Belle City Sound Company and received the finishing touches from Scott Elliott at Chernobyl Studios. It reeks of old school, but has both feet firmly in the here and now. "You couldn't ask for a better lineup," says guitarist and co-founder Jim Fergades. "We're excited about all the possibilities now, and depending on which ones come our way, a lot can happen." 1. Rise From The Ashes 2. Swallowed By Hell 3. Bloody Floors 4. Burn Pit 5. Fear Incarnate 6. Fuck Them All 7. Bleed Them Dry 8. Pine Tuxedo 9. Killer Instinct 10. Psychosis