HARM Finish Recording Debut Album, Seek CD Artwork

Norwegian thrashers HARM have finished recording their debut album, entitled "Devil". According to a press relase, "HARM is one of the most talked about underground bands in the Norwegian underground scene and their debut album is highly anticipated by large numbers of fans. 'Devil' will be released by Sublife Productions in April, and both label and band is announcing a 'search' for cover artwork for the album.

"The band is looking for a cover image/artwork that will fit with the title 'Devil' but is not looking for any necro satanic artwork, but thats of course up to the contributors to decide how they want to enterperate the album title.

"If you are an artist interested in submitting [your] design/artwork to be considered for this album, then please email us either the artwork or a link to: [email protected]"

Sublife Productions isthe newly formed production company started by Kjetil Nordhus (GREEN CARNATION, TRAIL OF TEARS) and Tchort (a.k.a. Terje Vik Schei; CARPATHIAN FOREST, GREEN CARNATION, BLOOD RED THRONE).


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