A trailer for MERAUDER's new album, "God Is I", can be viewed below. The CD is scheduled for release on June 19 via Sweden's Regain Records. Vocalist Jorge Rosado says, "This is one of the most important and brutal records we've ever worked on and it's all worth it!!!"
According to a press release, "God Is I" is MERAUDER's "most focused recording since [1995's] 'Master Killer'. Melding the band's roots with modern bite, the intent becomes immediately clear within seconds of the album's suckerpunch opening riff; 'Until' hones in on its listener and the chase begins. Runaway freight train grooves, mid-pace stomps, seething gang vocals and death metal-drenched riffs all find themselves vying for supremacy amidst their patented NYHC delivery."
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
03. Built On Blood
05. Forgotten Children
06. God Is I
07. Perdona Me
08. Hell Captive
11. Never Surrender
12. See You In Hell
HardTimes.ca conducted an interview with MERAUDER on April 16, 2009 when the band played Montreal, Quebec, Canada with THE HAUNTED. Watch the 34-minute chat below.
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