NOMINON Celebrating 20th Anniversary With Special Shows, Possible 'Best-Of- Album

Swedish old-school death metallers NOMINON will celebrate their 20th anniversary this year by playing "a few special shows." In addition, the band is thinking about releasing a "best-of" album and is taking suggestions from fans on Facebook for other possible ways to commemorate the occasion.

NOMINON's fifth album, "The Cleansing", was released in October via Deathgasm Records. The CD was recorded at Studio Hell by Robert Ericsson and was mixed and mastered by Javi Fel├ęz and Perra Karlsson at Moontower Studios in Barcelona, Spain. The CD digipak version of "The Cleansing" comes with a 12-page booklet.

NOMINON's fourth album, "Monumentomb", was released in March 2010 via Deathgasm Records.


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Henke Skoog - Vocals
Juha Sulasalmi - Bass, Backing Vocals
Perra Karlsson - Drums
AntiChristian - Guitar
Alex Lyrbo - Guitar, Backing Vocals


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