HOSTILE CELL: New Album Release Date Announced; Performance Footage Of New Song Available
Gothenburg, Sweden-based metal/rock band HOSTILE CELL will release its sophomore album, "The Deafening", on April 6 via the group's own Coreshot Productions (with distribution through Plugged Records). 15 songs were recorded for the follow-up to the band's self-titled debut, which will feature a guest appearance by Tony Jelencovich (M.A.N, ex-MNEMIC, TRANSPORT LEAGUE). The CD will be available in physical and digital formats.
Regarding the album title, HOSTILE CELL previously explained that it "reflect[s] the chaotic media static that surrounds every civilized human 24-7, and, of course, the sonic assault that these songs will deliver."
Video footage of HOSTILE CELL performing a brand new song entitled "Reanimation" can be viewed below.
HOSTILE CELL last year recruited Johan Andreassen, formerly of HEADPLATE and ENGEL, as the group's new permanent bass player.
HOSTILE CELL released its self-titled debut album on October 1, 2008 via Coreshot Productions. The 10-track CD was mastered by Dragan Tanaskovich at Bohussound Recordings.
For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.
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