Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition. With an average age of only 19 when recording their first demo, Osiris was able to grab the attention of the European press who applauded its efforts for successfully channel bands like Watchtower, Sieges Even and Mekong Delta. A second demo, Equivocal Quiescence, was released in early 1991 leading to the band’s deal with Shark Records. Later in 1991, Osiris released it's one and only album, Futurity And Human Depressions, a progressive whirlwind consisting of seven songs and clocking in at nearly 55 minutes. While never quite attaining the same level of popularity as its counterparts, Osiris' Futurity And Human Depressions remains a much beloved album by progressive thrash fans to this day. Divebomb Records is proud to present this new deluxe edition which features new mastering, both original demo tapes as well as band interview.