INSISION Announces New Album Title

Swedish death metal act INSISION will enter Black Lounge studios (SCAR SYMMETRY, CENTINEX) in Avesta, Sweden on October 16 to begin recording its third album, entitled "Ikon". Nine new songs have been completed so far and Mick Usher, who also worked on INSISION's last album "Revealed & Worshipped", has designed the cover.

INSISION recently parted ways with Earache/Wicked World Records and is currently seeking a new label home. "Just like ENTOMBED and MORBID ANGEL before us, it [is] now time for INSISION to leave Earache in order to go ahead," the band said at the time. "We have all the material ready for our third album, and it is by far the most intense and brutal stuff we have written yet. It all feels like a fresh start, and the future seems bright!"


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