On July 1, Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with vocalist Leif Jensen of German thrashers DEW-SCENTED. You can now listen to the chat in two parts below.
DEW-SCENTED released its new album, "Invocation", on May 24 in Europe via Metal Blade Records and May 25 in North America through Prosthetic Records.
The album artwork was created by Björn Goosses of Killustrations and can be viewed below.
"Invocation" was recorded and mixed at Soundlodge Studio in Northern Germany with producer Jörg Uken (GOD DETHRONED, SINISTER).
"Invocation" contains two bonus tracks for the limited first pressing digipak version via Metal Blade Records in Europe.
Formed in 1992, DEW-SCENTED released seven previous full-length albums on labels such as Nuclear Blast, Grind Syndicate and Steamhammer/SPV. The band has toured with a who's who of extreme music, including CANNIBAL CORPSE, NAPALM DEATH, BEHEMOTH, KREATOR, SODOM and OVERKILL.
Leif Jensen - Vocals
Michael Borchers - Lead Guitars
Alexander Pahl - Bass
Martin Walczak - Rhythm Guitars
Marc-Andree Dieken – Drums
For a list of upcoming DEW-SCENTED shows, visit www.dew-scented.net.
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