Finnish extreme metallers IMPALED NAZARENE will release their 12th studio album, "Vigorous And Liberating Death", on April 14 via Osmose Productions. The cover artwork was painted by Taneli Jarva and can be seen below.
"Vigorous And Liberating Death" final track listing:
01. King Reborn
02. Flaming Sword Of Satan
03. Pathological Hunger For Violence
04. Vestal Virgins
05. Martial Law
07. Apocalypse Principle
08. Kuoleman Varjot
09. Vigorous And Liberating Death
10. Drink Consultation
11. Dystopia A. S.
13. Hostis Humani Generis
Check out "Vigorous And Liberating Death" audio samples below.
"Vigorous And Liberating Death" was recorded at City Lights and S/Mental studios and is currently being mixed at Studio Fungus by the band's longtime sound engineer Max "Kosher/Kebab" Kostermaa, who also handled the previous album, "Road To The Octagon".
"Vigorous And Liberating Death" was mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox studios.
"Vigorous And Liberating Death" will be available on CD, gatefold LP (with poster) and as a digital download.
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