Church of Misery: Houses Of The Unholy

Church of Misery SKU: 39002280
Church of Misery: Houses Of The Unholy

Church of Misery: Houses Of The Unholy

Church of Misery SKU: 39002280

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Houses Of The Unholy
Artist: Church of Misery
Label: Rise Above Limited
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 0803341255173
Genre: Heavy Metal, Heavy Metal

Vinyl LP pressing. In 2006, guitar player Takenori Hoshi left the band due to personal issues, and was replaced by Australian guitarist Tom Sutton who had lived in Japan for years. Tom had often taken part at Church of Misery gigs and was well known to the band. He was such a huge fan that he knew and could play almost all of the songs at their first studio session. With this new lineup, they wrote and recorded their third album Houses of the Unholy that was released via Rise Above in 2009. With this release they created another murder-doom classic and had great reactions from people in the doom scene. But, shortly after the completion of the record, singer Hideki Fukasawa left the band for personal reasons, literally disappearing. So, the band was joined by the previous (also the successor to Hideki) singer Yoshiaki Negisi. With Negishi as a frontman again, the band flew to Europe and USA for more extensive tours.

1.1 El Padrino
1.2 Shotgun Boogie
1.3 The Gray Man
1.4 Blood Sucking Freak
1.5 Master Heartache
1.6 Born to Raise Hell
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