CROCELL Signs With METAL HELL RECORDS
Danish death metallers CROCELL have inked a deal with Metal Hell Records. The band's third full-length album will be released next year. The CD will be recorded at Death Island Studios in Nykøbing Mors with producer Marco Angioni.
"Come Forth Plague" and "Perfidious Ceremony", the first two songs from CROCELL to feature the band's new lead singer Asbjørn Steffensen (MORDAX), can be streamed using the ReverbNation player below. The tracks were produced by Jacob Olsen at JBO Sound.
Regarding Steffensen's addition to CROCELL, the band's guitarist, Tommy Christensen, previously said: "A number of skilled vocalists auditioned, but when Asbjørn visited, we knew straight away that we had found our new guy. Asbjørn could already sing most of the songs perfectly and together CROCELL sound better than ever before."
CROCELL's second album, "The Wretched Eidola", was released in May 2011 via Ultimhate Records.
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