Relapse Records recording artists NASUM have completed work on their forthcoming record, entitled "Helvete".
"Helvete", Swedish for "Hell", was recorded in Sweden's Soundlab Studios, with production from the band's own Mieszko Talarczyk.
The final track listing for "Helvete" is as follows:
03. Living Next Door to Malice
05. Time to Discharge
08. We Curse You All
10. Just Another Hog
11. Drop Dead
12. I Hate People
14. The Final Sleep
15. Slaves to the Grind
16. Breach of Integrity
17. The Everlasting Shame
18. Your Words Alone
19. Preview of Hell
22. Worst Case Scenario
NASUM's "Helvete", which will feature guest appearances from Shane Embury (NAPALM DEATH) and Jörgen Sandström (ENTOMBED, ex-GRAVE), will see a late May release via Relapse. The band will also be issuing a split EP with NAPALM DEATH soon, with NASUM covering the NAPALM classic "Unchallenged Hate" and NAPALM DEATH covering NASUM's "The Masked Face", from the band's now classic 1998 release "Inhale / Exhale".
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