DOWNLORD: Album Samples Available

DOWNLORD, the Danish death metal band featuring ex-BOLT THROWER/BENEDICTION vocalist Dave Ingram and former members of INIQUITY, DAEMON, and SUPERFICIAL, have released 30-second clips of the final mastered versions of each track off their debut album, "Random Dictionary of the Damned", due out January 30 on Open Grave Records. Check them out at this location.

For a limited time, Open Grave Records will be giving away with pre-orders of the album the limited-edition "Grind Trials" mini-CD. Part of this added bonus will be that one lucky fan will receive number "666" of this limited-edition CD. Number "666" is signed by the entire band.

"Random Dictionary of the Damned", will be available through most major retailers across the U.S. as well as in the U.K. through Code 7/Plastichead Distribution.


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