Prosthetic TV has uploaded an interview with Mike Thompson, singer/guitarist of Atlanta-based blackened doomsters WITHERED. The chat was shot outside of the label's South By Southwest Showcase in Austin, Texas this past March and the live footage is taken from performances during the festival. Check out the video below.

WITHERED's new album, "Dualitas", is scheduled for release on October 26 via Prosthetic Records. The band third album (second for Prosthetic Records), it was recorded by KYLESA's Phillip Cope at the Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina.

The CD and vinyl versions of "Dualitas" will have different covers, both of which were created by Paul Romano (MASTODON, TRIVIUM, THE ACACIA STRAIN), who also did the cover for WITHERED's previous LP, "Folie Circulaire".

Prosthetic has launched a pre-order for the album at the label's official webstore.

The vinyl version of "Dualitas" will be a 500-piece limited-edition gatefold double-LP set on 150-gram wax, which contains the exclusive 33-minute instrumental track "Dwell".

"Dualitas" track listing:

01. Extinguished With The Weary
02. Residue In The Void
03. Seek the Shrouded
04. Interlude
05. From Shadows
06. The Progenitor's Grasp
07. Aethereal Breath
08. Outro

WITHERED will support DANZIG on this fall's installment of the "Blackest Of The Black Tour" and then joining up with labelmates SKELETONWITCH and LANDMINE MARATHON for the "North American Skullsplitter 2010 Tour".


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