DEAD TROOPER: New Song Available Online

Norwegian thrashers DEAD TROOPER have posted a new song, entitled "Reaping of Your Cries", on their MySpace page. The track will be premiered live during the band's appearance at the Hole In The Sky festival on August 23 in Bergen, Norway.

DEAD TROOPER recently announced the addition of drummer Marius Strand (BLACK COMEDY) to the group's ranks. Strand joined the band as the replacement for Are Sorknes, who left the group in January because he "didn't have enough time for both DEAD TROOPER and his other projects," according to a statement from the band.

DEAD TROOPER's "Spiritual Funeral" EP was recorded at Marek Poknes studios during December 2004–January 2005 and was previously described by the band as "a mix of SLAYER and old SEPULTURA, with death metal influences."


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