Portugal's hardcore heroes DEVIL IN ME have posted the first video from their new album, "Brothers in Arms". You can check out the clip for the title track below.
"Brothers in Arms" was recorded and produced by Miguel Marques (EASYWAY, TWENTYINCHBURIAL, MORE THAN A THOUSAND) at Generator Music Studio in Lisbon, and mastered by Alan Douches (MISFITS, MADBALL, SICK OF IT ALL, BAD BRAINS, SEPULTURA, SNAPCASE, H2O, STRIKE ANYWHERE) at West West Side Music Studio, in New York.
Featuring 12 new songs plus a version of "God's Gonna Cut You Down", a traditional American song popularized by the late JOHNNY CASH, the album features guest appearances from some of the biggest names in the American and European hardcore scene, such as Lou Koller and Craig Setari (SICK OF IT ALL), Martijn (NO TURNING BACK), Richie (FOR THE GLORY) and Tiago Afonso (EASYWAY).
Out in Portugal since March, "Brothers in Arms" will soon reach the rest of Europe and the United States via I Scream Records (AGNOSTIC FRONT, MADBALL, BLOOD FOR BLOOD) and South America via No Mercy Records (NO TURNING BACK).
(Thanks: Hugo Miguel Caldeira)
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