Sight of Emptiness stream new album
2013-09-19 by Voivod STAFF | 1 Comments
Hailing from Costa Rica, melodic death metal band Sight of Emptiness are streaming their new/self-released album Instincts at Terrorizer. The stream comes to complement the inclusion of the album as a cover mount CD with Terrorizer, issue 240.

The album features guest participations from the following musicians: Christian Älvestam (Scar Symmetry, Soultion .45), Glen Drover (Megadeth, King Diamond), Ralph Santolla (ex-Deicide, ex-Obituary), Ole Halvard Sveen (Extol, Lengsel), Whitfield Crane (Ugly Kid Joe) and last but not least, the Costa Rican Minister of Culture Manuel Obregón.

Album stream:http://www.terrorizer.com/news/streams/sight-emptiness-stream-entire-new-album-exclusively-terrorizer/
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September 19th 2013
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The first few tracks are quite good. Never heard of these guys but I may have to check them out.



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