ASSAILANT, the Umeå, Sweden-based band featuring guitarist Oscar Norberg ("little brother" of Emil of PERSUADER/SAVAGE CIRCUS fame and Nils Norberg of NOCTURNAL RITES), has posted two songs from its sophomore album, "Wicked Dream", on the group's MySpace page. Check out the tracks "A Day Tomorrow" and "Wicked Dream" at this location.Due on March 24 via Dockyard 1, the CD "is not only more mature than its predecessor but it shows a band that has clearly found its own path in metal, very melodic yet really hard, sprinkled with influences of rock, death metal and thrash," according to a press release. "Crown of the album is the ballad 'Eternal'." Check out the cover artwork at this location. ASSAILANT recently finished filming a video for the song "A Day Tomorrow" with Owe Lingvall of Village Road Film. The band's debut album, "Nemesis Within", was released in 2006 via Dockyard 1. Video footage of the vocal-recording sessions for the new ASSAILANT album:
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