Swedish metallers DEGRADEAD have checked in with a short album teaser:
Attention! Here is a very short teaser from the new Degradead album! The sound is amazing thanks to the producer and sound engineer Thomas “Plec” Johansson and his studio The Panic Room!
Ps. MAJOR news on the way!
Watch the teaser below.
To read Metal Shock Finland’s interview with the DEGRADEAD vocalist Mikael Sehlin, please go HERE.
http://www.degradead.com – http://degradead.rocknytt.net
Greek WARDRUM has issued the following:
Greek Prog/Power Metallers WARDRUM, uploaded the “Desolation” album teaser on their Official Youtube channel revealing many samples of the new album’s songs and booklet layout artwork. You can check it out below.
The album has been released today, on April 25th, 2012 containing 12 new tracks listed as follows:
WARDRUM – “Desolation”
2. Sign Of Treason
4. Common Ground
5. Tide Lakes
6. Higher Sky
8. Urban Storm
9. No Retreat
10. Abound In Nothing
11. Sailing Away
12. Rainy Day
“Desolation” will be available in the jewel box CD format as well as Digital Download.
For more information, please visit: http://www.wardrum.gr
Stockholm, Sweden 3-piece old-school death metal band Malfeitor originally formed in 1990 and remained active until 1995 when they went on hiatus. Fortunately for fans everywhere, in 2010 the beast emerged from its lengthy slumber and now, 22 years since forming, their debut full-length Dum Morior Orior is set to drop in April/May (on CD via Hellthrasher Productions and LP via Chaos Records). Until then, anxious fans can check out this promotional video for the song “Conversation in Minor” made by band member Benny Moberg. Watch the teaser at Puregrainaudio.com, in Exclusive Premiere.
HATESPHERE has issued the following on band’s Official Facebook:
The official teaser for the new HateSphere album, The Great Bludgeoning, is now online. Can be viewed below. Check it out and share with your friends. Thanks for the support.
Danish folk metallers SVARTSOT will release thier third album, “Maledictus Eris”, via Napalm Records on the following dates:
July 27 – Spain, Finland, Sweden
July 29 – Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux, Italy
August 1 – Rest Of Europe
According to the band, “Maledictus Eris” “recounts the tale of the Black Death’s incursion into Danish history from 1349 to 1350. The album begins the tale from just prior to the plague’s arrival through to when the first bout relinquished its grasp, and focuses on the way the epidemic affected the population — from victim to survivor.”
The group adds, “We have taken more inspiration from medieval music than on previous albums, and the feel of the album in general has taken a darker and more emotive turn on this recording.”
“We are extremely satisfied with the way this album has turned out and hope that the fans — both old and new — will take kindly to it. But at the same time, we should also make clear that this album is somewhat different to its predecessors, and not for the worse as far as we’re concerned.
“We have a series of live dates in Denmark lined up for after the release, and hope to be able to add more European dates to the list soon. News on dates and leading up to the release will be posted as soon as we have it.”
“Maledictus Eris” track listing:
02. Gud giv det varer ved!
04. Farsoten kom
05. Holdt ned af en Tjørn
06. Den forgængelige Tro
07. Om jeg lever kveg
08. Kunsten at dø
09. Den nidske Gud
11. …Og Landet ligger så øde hen