Swedish melodic death metallers LOCH VOSTOK have inked a three-album deal with ViciSolum Productions. The band's fourth album, "Dystopium", will be released on September 23.

A song from the forthcoming CD entitled "A Mission Undivine" can be streamed below.

LOCH VOSTOK last year parted ways with bassist Tomas "Tym" Jonsson and replaced him with Jimmy Mattsson from PLANET RAIN.

LOCH VOSTOK's third full-length album, "Reveal No Secrets", was released in 2009 via Nightmare and Silverwolf Records. The CD was produced, recorded, mixed and edited by the bandmembers themselves and was mastered by Lawrence Mackrory at Great Scot! Audio. The album featured guest appearances by Per Nilsson (SCAR SYMMETRY), Erik EZ Blomkvist (PLATITUDE) and Tina Gunnarsson (ex-MELLOW POETRY).


Teddy Mller - Vocals, Guitars
Mano Lewys - Guitars
Jimmy Mattsson - Bass
Fredrik Klingwall - Keyboards
Lawrence Dinamarca - Drums


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