CONSTRUCDEAD, the Swedish band featuring TERROR 2000 drummer Erik Thyselius, have scheduled a record-release party on Wednesday, March 24 at Debaser in Stockholm. "The band will, of course, perform songs from the new album, and if everything works out the way we want, the video for 'Wounded' will also have its exclusive world premiere at the party!"" the group write on their web site.CONSTRUCDEAD's sophomore album, "Violadead" is scheduled for release on March 22 through Sound Pollution Records. Download a full-length MP3 of the album track "Pinhook" at this location. As previously reported, "Violadead" was recorded and mixed at Helsingborg's Queenstreet Recording with producer Richard Larsson and features a guest appearance by SOILWORK vocalist Björn "Speed" Strid and ex-SOILWORK drummer Henry Ranta in the track "Bitter End". A limited-edition digipack version of the album will feature as a special bonus a demo recording of the track "Inhuman Condition". "Violadead" is the follow-up to 2002's "Repent", which was released through Cold Records.
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