MAROON: 'Order' Lands On German Chart

"Order", the new album from the German modern metal machine MAROON, has entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 63. The follow-up to 2007's "The Cold Heart Of The Sun" was recorded at Klangschmiede Studio E (EISREGEN, THE VISION BLEAK, SECRETS OF THE MOON) and was mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden by Fredrik Nordström (ARCH ENEMY, AT THE GATES, DARK TRANQUILLITY). The mastering duties were handled at West West Side Studios (MASTODON, UNEARTH, EARTH CRISIS) in New Windsor, New York.

"Order" track listing:

01. Morin Heights
02. Erode
03. Stay Brutal
04. A New Order
05. Bleak
06. This Ship Is Sinking
07. Call of Telah
08. Leave you Scared & Broken
09. Children of the Next Level
10. Bombs Over Ignorance
11. Wolves at the End of the Street
12. Schatten

"Stay Brutal", the new video from MAROON, can be viewed below.

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