GOD DETHRONED To Release 'The World Ablaze' Album In May
Dutch death metallers GOD DETHRONED have set "The World Ablaze" as the title of their new album, due on May 5 via Metal Blade Records. The band's first disc since 2010's "Under The Sign Of The Iron Cross" is the third (and final) part of the World War I trilogy.
Swedish producer and multi-instrumentalist Dan Swanö, who mixed "The World Ablaze", comments: "GOD DETHRONED have taken a great turn on the fields of death metal. This album is a great combination of all kinds of tempos and styles the genre has to offer, each performed with crushing perfection, and catchy choruses and memorable melodic hooks! Will go down well among fans of BOLT THROWER (R.I.P.) and some of the other Dutch death brigades I've had the pleasure of working with!"
GOD DETHRONED will play two German CD-release shows in early May and two Dutch concerts the following weekend.
GOD DETHRONED 2017 is:
Henri Sattler - vocals/guitars
Mike Ferguson - guitars
Jeroen Pomper - bass
Michiel Van Der Plicht - drums
GOD DETHRONED made a comeback at the January 2015 edition of 70000 Tons Of Metal — three years after playing a "farewell" show at the same cruise.
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