Norwegian thrashers INQUESTED have inked a deal with the Spanish label Mondongo Canibale Records to release their debut album, entitled "The Red Chambers". According to a press release, the band "displays a powerful, technical and melodious metal provided with strength, virtuoso solos, sharp guitars, clean and ripping vocals, and a versatile rhythm section. The band refer as their influences to the thrash metal sound from acts like METALLICA, FORBIDDEN, MEGADETH or EXODUS, spiced with some hints from the death metal of ARCH ENEMY or CARCASS, a few of classic rock/metal and even riffs that sounds near to black/death, but all adapted to its own style. INQUESTED hopes to deliver hard-hitting, technical and groovy music to all the metal-heads out there."

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The band's first demo can be downloaded at this location (RAR file).

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