IN MOURNING: Rehearsal Footage Of New Song Available
Video footage of Swedish melancholic metallers IN MOURNING playing a new song, "Debris", live in their rehearsal room can be viewed below. The track will appear on the band's forthcoming second album, which IN MOURNING will begin recording on August 22 at Black Lounge Studio (SCAR SYMMETRY, CARNAL FORGE, STEEL ATTACK, etc.) with producer/engineer Jonas Kjellgren. An early 2010 release via Pulverised Records is expected.
IN MOURNING's 2008 debut album, "Shrouded Divine", gained a massive amount of attention and also very positive responses worldwide with the band's brand of heart-wrenching melodic passages entwined with progressive elements but yet still retaining all the brutality of death metal aggression.
IN MOURNING is:
Tobias Netzell - Vocals, Guitar
Pierre Stam - Bass
Björn Pettersson - Guitar
Tim Nedergård - Guitar
Christian Netzell - Drums
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/in_mourning.
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