Renowned guitarist, producer and engineer Masaki Murashita has announced the upcoming release of Inescapable Damnation, the debut EP from his solo project MURASHITA.
Inescapable Damnation, which features the talents of David Ellefson (Megadeth), Kevin Talley (Suffocation, Six Feet Under, Chimaira), Kelly Conlon (Death, Monstrosity) and Rodney McGlothlin (Voice of Dissent), is set for an October 16 release. The EP’s first single, “Retribution,” is now streaming at murashita.bandcamp.com.
Inescapable Damnation track listing:
2. Inescapable Damnation
3. Death or Glory
4. Conquer the Foe
5. The Show Must Go On
In September, MURASHITA will travel to Japan for a series of shows in support of Inescapable Damnation. Retribution Japan Tour dates are as follows:
Sep. 04 – Nagoya @ Imaike Club 3Star
Sep. 05 – Tokyo @ Meguro Rokumeikan
Sep. 11 – Tokyo @ Shinjuku WildSide Tokyo
Sep. 13 – Osaka @ Namba Rockets
Ticket info can be found at metal.jp.net/murashitaticket
Masaki Murashita first showed his scorching riffs and powerful songwriting, along with his blistering and aggressive vocal style with the critically acclaimed modern thrash band Hemoptysis in 2007 and he has been clawing his way to the top ever since. Combining elements of melody, thrash and modern extreme metal, Masaki has molded his own razor sharp brand of metal that is moving into the next stage of metal evolution.
MURASHITA is now releasing the debut solo EP, Inescapable Damnation, which features some of the top players in metal – including David Ellefson (Megadeth), Kevin Talley (Suffocation, Six Feet Under, Chimaira), Kelly Conlon (Death, Monstrosity), Rodney McGlothlin (Voice of Dissent) – and mixing by award-winning producer, Ryan Greene (Megadeth, NOFX).
Early previews of the new MURASHITA release performed on EMGtv were met with overwhelmingly positive reviews. The international tour to support Inescapable Damnation begins in Japan this coming September.
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