DERANGED: 'Depraved And Zombified' Video Released

"Depraved And Zombified", the new video from Swedish death metal masters DERANGED, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's eighth full-length album, "Cut, Carve, Rip, Serve", which was released in May via Sevared Records. The CD was recorded at Berno Studio in Malm, Sweden.

DERANGED drummer Rikard Wermn previously stated about the band's new material, "I would say that [there is] more shit going on within the songs than earlier. Not that I claim it's over-the-top technical or anything; it isn't just more variation and still insane and truly brutal. As a matter of fact, I would go as far and say that it's yet our most brutal and sick material so far!"

DERANGED 2011 is:

Martin Schnherr - Vocals
Thomas Ahlgren - Guitar
Andreas Johansson - Bass
Rikard Wermn - Drums

DERANGED's seventh full-length album, "The Redlight Murder Case", was released in 2008 via Regain Records.


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