CONSTRUCDEAD To Release New Album In April
Swedish metallers CONSTRUCDEAD will release their long-awaited fourth album, "Endless Echo", in April via Black Lodge Records.
The band previously stated about the new material, "[We] think that there will be something for everyone on this album. Most of the material though, is very fast, heavy and hard. But we managed to squeeze in a few melodies here and there as well. [We] can guarantee some serious blasting!!!"
"Endless Echo" track listing:
01. Sedated Morning
02. My Haven
03. Endless Echoes
04. A Godess Breaches Through Me
05. Disfigured Beauty
07. No Exit
09. Tragic Kingdom
10. Spriritual Shift
11. The One Beside Me
13. A Dark Wave
A new CONSTRUCDEAD song entitled "Mephisto" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
CONSTRUCDEAD parted ways with drummer Nicke Karlsson shortly after the recording of the new album. According to the band, "We just felt that he wasn't the drummer for CONSTRUCDEAD and on some levels we didn't go along either. We've asked Chris [Barkensjö] from FACE DOWN to fill in on the drums, and it's working out really good.'
The band's third album, "The Grand Machinery", was released in September 2005 via Black Lodge Records.
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