Swedish "punk ass rot 'n' roll" band HELLTRAIN will release its new album, "Death Is Coming", digitally on May 15 through iTunes, Spotify and other digital music sites. The effort will also be made available as a free download from the band's official web site. Physical albums will be released by TPL Records (Scandinavia) and Metalism Records (Russia, Baltic states). The group syas, "We are looking into options for physical release for the rest of Europe as well. Still, if we have no label for physical albums for Europe at the date, TPL Records will handle mail-orders for it."
HELLTRAIN's new album was finalized at Dug Out Productions with producer Daniel Bergstrand (MESHUGGAH, BEHEMOTH, IN FLAMES) at the helm.
A promotional clip for "Death Is Coming" featuring the song "The Killer Come" is available below.
Ever since parting ways with Jimmy Franks Recording Company, the record label owned by BLOODHOUND GANG lead singer Jimmy Pop, HELLTRAIN has been working hard on establishing its own indepence. The group has built its own studio and is working with a model where fans can get HELLTRAIN's music for free.
"Death Is Coming" promotional clip:
"Mr. Cooger" audio stream:
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