"The Condemned", the new video from Swedish metallers ENGEL, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's fifth studio album, "Abandon All Hope", which will be released on May 11 via Gain.
Recorded and mixed at Crehate Studios in Gothenburg by Oscar Nilsson, Marcus Sunesson, Mikael Sehlin and Steve Drennan, together with musical director Niclas Engelin (also of IN FLAMES), "Abandon All Hope" was mastered at Panic Room by Thomas "Plec" Johansson. The collaboration was fruitful, resulting in what is probably ENGEL's strongest album to date.
Engelin comments: "When people hear this album, I think they're going to instantly know that it's the new ENGEL without us repeating the same song over and over, and that's something the band is incredibly proud of."
"Abandon All Hope" track listing:
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01. The Darkest Void 02. The Legacy Of Nothing 03. Book Of Lies 04. As I Fall 05. Buried 06. Untouchable 07. Death Reversed 08. Across The Abyss 09. Gallows Tree 10. Abandon All Hope 11. The Condemned
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