CARO To Release 'Letchworth Village' This Month

Danish thrashers CARO will release their second full-length album, "Letchworth Village", on July 17 via Rogue Records.

Fast riffs, screaming solos and guttural vocals that some describe as a cross between Barney from NAPALM DEATH and Randy from LAMB OF GOD, CARO's hard, old-school thrash is nonstop aggression. "Letchworth Village" captures the high intensity gritty and energetic live performance of the band.

CARO has already streamed a "Letchworth Village" album cut on YouTube, entitled "Blacklisted". Also, a lyric video for "Letchworth Village" was released on July 1 via the band's mobile app, Facebook app and publisher's YouTube page.

Hailing from Frederikshavn, Denmark, CARO was formed in 2007 as OMEN before changing its name in 2011.

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To date, the band has toured extensively in Denmark and Europe an has played numerous festivals, both in and out of their home country.


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