BLACK SEPTEMBER: New Song Available For Streaming

A new BLACK SEPTEMBER track entitled "Under the Rising" is available for streaming for the band's MySpace page. The songs appears on the Chicago-based metal band's new split 7" EP, "Thrive & Decay", with Baton Rouge's doom band THOU.

BLACK SEPTEMBER recorded its contribution with Sanford Parker (MINSK, BURIED AT SEA) at Volume Studios in Chicago (RWAKE, PELICAN, YAKUZA).

Formed in the fall of 2006, BLACK SEPTEMBER is a female-fronted metal group hailing from Chicago. Containing ex-members of THIN THE HERD and KUNG FU RICK, the group combines influences ranging from BLACK SABBATH to BOLT THROWER to GORGOROTH. With the self-release of their debut album, "Tide of the Storm", recorded by Sanford Parker, BLACK SEPTEMBER unlaeshed a plague of epic proportions upon the underground metal scene and the darkness continues with the current 2008 split release.

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