DETONATION Confirms Release Date For 'Emission Phase'
Dutch melodic death/thrash metal outfit DETONATION will release its third album, "Emission Phase", on April 30 via Osmose Productions. The CD is being recorded with Split Second Sound's Jochem Jacobs (also guitar player for TEXTURES) and Bouke Visser. The cover artwork was created by Eliran Kantor. The mastering will be done on March 15.
"Emission Phase" track listing:
01. Invoking the Impact
02. When Stone turns to Ash
03. Craven Ablaze
04. Into the Emission Phase
06. Defects of the Isolated Mind
09. Soul Severance
10. Reborn inside the Radiance
11. Fallout (instrumental)
Video footage of the band recording the new CD can be viewed at the band's recently launched YouTube channel.
DETONATION's second album, "Portals to Uphobia", was released in the U.S. in October 2005 via The End Records. The CD was issued in Europe through Osmose Productions. The follow up to 2003's "An Epic Defiance" was recorded at Excess studio in Rotterdam, Holland.
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