NAIL WITHIN Sign With LISTENABLE RECORDS
Israeli thrashers NAIL WITHIN (formerly EMBLAZE) have inked a two-album deal with France's Listenable Records. The group's self-titled debut, which was produced by Harris Johns (SODOM, KREATOR, DESTRUCTION) at Spiderhouse Studio in Lutte, Germany, is set to surface in February 2003. An 11-track effort, the album features guest appearances by KREATOR frontman Mille Petrozza, ex-AT THE GATES/THE CROWN singer Tomas Lindberg and ASSASSIN vocalist Robert Gonnela.
The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:
02. Inhuman Conditions
03. Dirty-Colored Knife (feat. Mille Petrozza, Tomas Lindberg and Zeev Tananboim)
04. Bleed Forever (feat. Robert Gonnela)
05. Under The Spell (feat. Tomas Lindberg)
07. Mental Coffin
08. My Wallow
09. King Obscenity (feat. Harris Johns)
11. Last Nail
Also included on the album will be a video CD-Rom track, featuring "extreme psycopathic acts" as well as shots from the recording session in Germany with Mille Petrozza and Tomas Lindberg.
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