MANIFEST's 'Written In Blood' To Receive Long-Awaited Release In November
Norwegian metallers MANIFEST will release their third album, "Written In Blood", on November 11 via the band's own record label, Violent Media.
Violent Media has inked a distribution deal with Norway's top metal distributor Indie Distribution for this album.
"Written In Blood" was recorded in MANIFEST's hometown of Trondheim and produced by Knut "Fug" Prytz (KEEP OF KALESSIN, NECROPHAGIA, BLOODTHORN).
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. Tonnie Von Adelaine
02. They'll Have To Carry Me Home
03. Food For Flies
04. The Worst Is Yet To Come
05. Pitch Black Inside
06. A .45 To Pay The Rent
07. Lullaby (Bedtime For Bastards)
08. Letter From The Grave
11. Written In Blood
Check out the cover artwork below.
MANIFEST in March 2009 announced the addition of bassist Johnny Wangberg (GRIFFIN, WATTAMEZZ) to the group's ranks.
MANIFEST's last album, "Hedonism", came out in Norway on December 3, 2007 via Morningstar Records. The follow-up to 2005's "Half Past Violence" was recorded at Spiren Studio with producer Prytz.
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