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The bloodiest single day in American history occurred on September 17, 1862 at the Battle of Antietam near Sharpsburg, MD. Three thousand six hundred fifty-four men met their demise and over seventeen thousand more were wounded. As fast as men dropped, the undead rose in their place while the fighting occurred all around them. They had no allegiance to the Union or Confederacy. They only cared for flesh.

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released 17 September 2012

Tim Regan - Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Bass, Vocals, Sequencing
Clinton Ebadi - Vocals
Aaron El-Zeftawy - Lead Guitar
Ari Goldberger - Lead Guitar
David Spencer - Snare Drum

Recorded December 2011 - July 2012 at the Halls of Glory, Savage, MD.
Mixed and mastered by Tim Regan at the Halls of Glory, Savage, MD.

All songs by Tim Regan except "Dixie" by Dan Emmett and "Star-Spangled Banner" by John Stafford Smith. All solos by Aaron El-Zeftawy and Ari Goldberger. All lyrics by Tim Regan and Clinton Ebadi.

Photo by Jenny Regan. Layout by Tim Regan.

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