DEGRADEAD: Footage From The Studio Posted Online

Stockholm, Sweden-based melodic death metallers DEGRADEAD have posted video footage from the recording sessions for their debut album, "Till Death Do Us Apart". The CD, which was released in January on Dockyard 1 Records, was recorded at IN FLAMES' IF Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden and was produced by a team calling itself H.O.R.D.E — with IN FLAMES' Björn Gelotte mixing and engineering the CD while Jesper Strömblad and Daniel Svensson co-engineered the effort. According to a press release, the result is "a piece of finest melodic death metal — finding the perfect balance between death, thrash and catchy melodies, with their already very own signature."

Check out audio samples on the band's MySpace page.


Mikael Sehlin - Vocals
Anders Nyström - Guitar
David Szücs - Guitar
Michel Bärzén - Bass Guitar
Kenneth Helgesson – Drums

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