DEATHEMBER: 'Going Postal' Track Listing Revealed
Guitarist Ralph Santolla (DEICIDE, OBITUARY, ICED EARTH) and vocalist Daniel Ädel (VILDHJARTA, UNEVEN STRUCTURE) will make guest appearances on the debut album from Swedish groove metallers DEATHEMBER. Entitled "Going Postal", the CD will be released in early 2013 via Violent Groove Music Group.
Commented DEATHEMBER: "It was a huge honor for us to have Ralph and Daniel on two separate songs on the album. Ralph is one of the greatest metal guitarists of all time and Daniel's band VILDHJARTA is one of the most important bands today in modern metal."
"Going Postal" track listing:
01. Going Postal
04. Unending Thirst
05. Let Us Flip A Few Pages Back (Part 1)
06. Where I Evade (Part 2)
07. The Deprivation (Part 3) (feat. Daniel Ädel)
08. Repeat & Remind
09. Hailing Down (feat. Ralph Santolla)
11. By Damnation (limited-edition bonus track)
Simon Tarasewicz - Vocals
Elias Ryen-Rafstedt - Drums
Pontus Wicklander - Bass
Staffan Birkedal - Guitars
Rikard Bonander - Guitars
A pre-production version of a new DEATHEMBER song entitled "Spirals" can be streamed below.
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