AFTERBLOOD: Debut Album 'Of Unsound Minds' Available Online
Greek female-fronted modern thrash/death metallers AFTERBLOOD have made their debut album, "Of Unsound Minds", available for streaming and download at this location. The CD was mixed and mastered by Waldemar Sorychta (GRIP INC., ENEMY OF THE SUN) and sound engineer Dennis Koehne (LACUNA COIL, SAMAEL, MOONSPELL, TIAMAT) at Waldstreet and Denroad Studios in Dortmund, Germany. A limited-edition vinyl version will also be made aqvailable.
"Of Unsound Minds" features guest vocals from Tom Angelripper (SODOM) and Antony Hämäläinen (ex-NIGHTRAGE, MERIDIAN DAWN) and a guest guitar solo from Sorychta. The drums on the CD were laid down by Markus "Makka" Freiwald of SODOM.
"Of Unsound Minds" track listing:
02. Before Time Runs Out
03. Mission Of Aggression (feat. Tom Angelripper)
04. Thoughts Of Black
05. Play Dead
06. Beyond (feat. Waldemar Sorychta)
07. Calling The Dead (Séance)
09. The More I Lie (feat. Antony Hämäläinen)
Hel Pyre - Vocals
Cyan - Guitars
Dasno - Bass
Markus "Makka" Freiwald - Session Drums
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