DEATH BREATH — the Swedish old-school death metal project featuring former ENTOMBED drummer and main songwriter Nicke Andersson (most recently the frontman of rock 'n' roll band THE HELLACOPTERS) — has completed the second recording session for its new album. According to the group, the recording process "went very well with a healthy touch of heavy metal. We now have half the songs for the album recorded." More information will be made available soon.DEATH BREATH's latest EP, "Let It Stink", was released in the U.S. in August 2007 via Relapse Records. "Let It Stink" featured four brand new songs as well as three covers by BATHORY ("Sacrifice"), G.B.H. ("Lycantrophy") and DISCHARGE ("Maimed And Slaughtered"). The CD version of "Let It Stink" contained a brand new version of the video for the song "Death Breath" as well as the original one.
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