NECROPHOBIC To Release 'Pesta' EP In August

NECROPHOBIC To Release 'Pesta' EP In August

Swedish extreme metallers NECROPHOBIC will release a new two-song EP, "Pesta", digitally and as a limited seven-inch single on August 11.

"Pesta" gives you a glimpse into NECROPHOBIC's upcoming studio album, which is due in early 2018. The exact release date of the yet-untitled disc will be revealed in the upcoming weeks.

The "Pesta" title track is a brand new song, offering NECROPHOBIC's typical trademarks with its evil vocals, battering drums and the wicked guitar harmonies from the notorious guitar duo of Sebastian Ramstedt and Johan Bergebäck. The second song is a re-recorded version of the classic demo track "Slow Asphyxiation".

The seven-inch version is on pre-order in various online stores as of now. As it is limited to a total of 1,000 hand-numbered copies, you'd better be fast and grab this nice little gem of real Swedish blackened death metal in one of the following vinyl colors:

* Black vinyl: limited to 600 copies
* Silver vinyl: limited to 200 copies
* White vinyl: limited to 100 copies - exclusively available at CM Distro
* Clear vinyl: limited to 100 copies - exclusively sold at the Cudgel stand at Party.San Open Air

NECROPHOBIC recently signed a deal with Century Media for the world excluding USA and Canada.

Formed in 1989, NECROPHOBIC belongs to the first wave of Swedish death metal bands. Ever since the release of its classic debut album, "The Nocturnal Silence" (1993), the band has issued a total of seven studio LPs, among them timeless masterpieces as "Darkside" (1997), "Bloodhymns" (2002) or the brilliant 2009 album "Death To All".

NECROPHOBIC was recently rejoined by guitarists Sebastian Ramstedt and Johan Bergebäck following the band's split with its axeman of five years, Fredrik Folkare.

NECROPHOBIC 2017 is:

Anders Strokirk - Vocals
Alexander Friberg - Bass
Joakim Sterner - Drums
Sebastian Ramstedt - Guitar
Johan Bergebäck - Guitar

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