Trials of the Forsaken

by Conducting From the Grave

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Raymond Tedesco
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Raymond Tedesco CFTG is an amazing group of guys and it's hard to imagine that it's already been 10 years! This re-recorded EP puts their new sound with old classics and they did not disappoint. Can't wait to get the CD version so I can get my hands onto the Natural Born Killaz Cover! Favorite track: Eternally Gutted.
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ShdwWlkr Smiles will never be so shallow again!!! Woo! Favorite track: When two blood types coalesce.
Jeremy Garcia
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Jeremy Garcia Prior to CFTG's FB announcement about their gig celebrating their 10 year release of this EP/album, I was only familiar with their works from When Legends Become Dust onward. When I first heard these tracks, I definitely had a preference to the album versions, but between the heavier distortion, raw vocals, it's a different style and it's growing on me, and preference between the EP and Album versions of the tracks is less clear. This is EP is fucking awesome! Favorite track: Improper Burial.
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samlovemetal This album is the highest point on the mountain for me. It's everything I look for in bands rolled up tight. I'll support anything the dudes from With Passion put out, particularly John Abernasty. Favorite track: A never ending search for closure.
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Patrick I started listening to this band probably around 2008 or 2009, and I hadn't listened to this EP, or even knew it existed. Great shit. Favorite track: Eternally Gutted.
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

    This is our very first official release as a band. 4 songs of the 6 were later re-recorded for our Sumerian Records debut album When Legends Become Dust. We only pressed 1000 hard copies which have long since been sold out.
    We also completely re-recorded this for a 10 year anniversary re-release, which you can also find on our bandcamp. Hard copies of "Revival of Forsaken Trials" include the re-recorded version, the original version, our cover of Natural Born Killaz, and a rare myspace demo.

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released April 5, 2005

Recorded by Phil Devereaux at Deathbot Studios in Sacramento.



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