COLDWORKER, the Örebro, Sweden-based "blasting" death metal band consisting of current and former/current members of such acts as NASUM, RELENTLESS, RUIN and PHOBOS, will play its only show of the summer at the free festival KRIS! in Lindesberg, Sweden on Saturday, August 9.COLDWORKER's sophomore album, "Rotting Paradise", was released in the U.S. on May 13 via Relapse Records. According to the group, "The album was recorded at four different location and mixed and mastered at a fifth. The drums were recorded over a couple of days at Soundlab Studios. The guitars (all digital this time) were recorded at Johan from THIS HAVEN's house, while the bass was recorded at my [drummer Anders Jakobson] house and the vocals in Coldworker Studios. After all that, Dan Swanö mixed and mastered everything at his own Unisound Studios."
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