DECADENCE Releases Lyric Videos For All Songs On 'Undergrounder' Album

DECADENCE Releases Lyric Videos For All Songs On 'Undergrounder' Album

DECADENCE — the Sweden-based thrash metal quintet fronted by Kitty Saric (a.k.a. Metallic Kitty) — has released lyric videos for all the songs that appear on the band's fifth full-length album, "Undergrounder". Joining Kitty and her songwriting partner of over fifteen years, Kenneth Lantz, on the new effort is drummer Lawrence Dinamarca (NIGHTRAGE, LOCH VOSTOK, CARNAL FORGE).

"Undergrounder" track listing:

01. The Inner Circle
02. Steam City
03. Underground
04. In Sickness And Health
05. Powerhouse
06. One More Fight
07. Manifesto
08. Always The More Extreme

Says Kitty: "Kenneth and I have created something that I didn't think was possible. We've taken all we've learnt and gathered through the many years we had with early DECADENCE and lifted it to create an album for you that reveals everything about who we are as musicians due to it.

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"DECADENCE is such a huge part of our lives and it always will be. We didn't leave a bit behind. It's all there for you.

"We give Joakim Antman (bass) and Erik Röjås (drums) our biggest gratitude for the years we played together."

According to a press release, "DECADENCE has an inspiring resume to show for the past decade with four full-length albums, two of which were released within one year.

"DECADENCE has always been a promoter of the underground music scene. Pushing for the DIY, licensed their top selling release to three different labels simultaneously while running it through the own label HTI Records (now re-named Heavy Dose after the band's first single), pushed for other bands to do the same, and had all promotion pushed by fans for fans through street teams, fan clubs and metalheads from all over the world.

"In addition to amazing fan-driven concerts, they most recently visited Venezuela that became the summing up of the ten years together.

"DECADENCE never stopped, it evolved. And now they are back to continue spreading the message."



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