After turning the world on fire in early 2006 with Self-Help, their first new album in over five years, Spitfire returns nearly two years to the day with Cult Fiction and with it redefine what heavy is all about.
Recorded at Trax East Studios in New Jersey by noted producer Eric Rachel (The Dillinger Escape Plan, God Forbid, Burnt by the Sun) and mastered by Alan Douches (you name it, he did it), this new fifteen-song offering by the Virginia-based quartet expands upon the fantastic groundwork built by the band`s previous release and finds the band at the top of their game. Call it metalcore, hardcore, technical metal - no matter what catch phrase you like best, one thing is true.
Cult Fiction is a dark and disturbing journey, both musically and visually, and one worth spilling blood over.
The cult is alive. The rapture has begun. Don`t miss out on one of 2008`s heavy highlights.