DEGRADEAD: Video Footage From Stockholm Release Party Posted Online
Video footage of Stockholm, Sweden-based melodic death metallers DEGRADEAD performing the song "Almost Dead" on February 19, 2009 at Debaser Medis in the band's hometown can be viewed below.
DEGRADEAD recently filmed a video for the song "Wake The Storm" in Trollhättan, Sweden. The track comes off the band's sophomore album, "Out Of Body Experience", which was released on February 27 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and March 2 in the rest of Europe via Dockyard 1 Records. The follow-up to 2008's "Till Death Do Us Apart" was recorded primarily at Peter Tägtgren's (HYPOCRISY, PAIN) Abyss studio in Sweden with producer Jonas Kjellgren (SCAR SYMMETRY). Mixing and mastering took place at Dugout Productions (IN FLAMES, MESHUGGAH, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD) in Uppsala, Sweden.
Released in January 2008, "Till Death Do Us Apart" 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.
Mikael Sehlin - Vocals
Anders Nyström - Guitar
David Szücs - Guitar
Michel Bärzén - Bass Guitar
Kenneth Helgesson – Drums
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