DISBELIEF: Another New Song Posted Online

Another song from German death metallers DISBELIEF entitled "A Place To Hide" (along with the intro, "Hell") is available for streaming at the band's this location. The track comes off the band's new album, "Protected Hell", which is scheduled for release on April 17 via Massacre Records. The LP, which was recorded at MX studio in Buchen, Germany with producer Michael Mainx, will be available as a limited-edition digipack and regular jewel case CD.

"Protected Hell" track listing:

01. Hell (intro)
02. A Place To Hide
03. Hate/Aggression Schedule
04. Nemesis Rising
05. The Return Of Sin
06. Hell Goes On
07. S.O.S. - Sense Of Sight
08. One Nation's Son
09. Trauma (instrumental)
10. The Dark Soundscapes
11. Room 309 (Kraftprinzip)
12. Demon's Entry

The cover artwork for "Protected Hell" can be viewed below.

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In other news, DISBELIEF has announced the addition of Spanish guitarist Alejandro Varela to the group's ranks. The band said in a statement, "[Varela] kicked our asses during the rehearsals and is a really nice guy!! Of course, it means a big step for him concerning the distance, but he is willing to take the risk and we will support him in any way!! The following months we will use to let everything grow and to built a newDISBELIEF basement!!"

DISBELIEF's seventh album, "Navigator", was released in February 2007 via Massacre Records.


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