MASTER, MORGOTH, PESTILENCE Members Guest On MEGASCAVENGER Debut
After releasing his "Songs Of Flesh (Part I)" seven-inch EP in early 2012, inexhaustible Swedish maniac Rogga Johansson (PAGANIZER, RIBSPREADER, DEMIURG, THE GROTESQUERY, BONE GNAWER, REVOLTING) strikes back with the debut album of his most recent project: MEGASCAVENGER.
Out now via Selfmadegod Records, "Descent Of Yuggoth" consists of nine Swedish-style death metal songs that will definitely appeal to all fans of Rogga's music and Scandinavian metal in general. More than that, with MEGASCAVENGER Johansson spews out his death metal dreams by recruiting the talents of some legendary death metal figureheads, including guest vocals by Dan Swanö (EDGE OF SANITY, BLOODBATH), Marc Grewe (MORGOTH, INSIDIOUS DISEASE), Jörgen Sandström (GRAVE, KRUX, TORTURE DIVISION) and Paul Speckmann (MASTER, DEATH STRIKE, ABOMINATION) as well as guest solos by Patrick Mameli (PESTILENCE), Jonas Lindblood (PUTERAEON), Eric Daniels (ASPHYX, SOULBURN).
"Descent Of Yuggoth" track listing:
02. Descent Of Yuggoth
03. Smokescreen Armageddon
04. Catapulted Through Aeons
05. Void Of Damnation
06. Funerals And Ceremonies
07. Death Obsessed
08. No Haven For The Sane
09. To Revel With Vermin
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