PAGANIZER Hard At Work On 'Murder.Death.Kill'
Swedish death metallers PAGANIZER are currently completing work on their fourth full-length album, "Murder.Death.Kill", for a tentative late April release through Xtreem Music. The follow-up to last year's "Dead Unburied" is being recorded in two separate sessions, with the first half of the CD having been tracked in October 2002 at Soundlab Studios with producer Mieszko Talarczyk (NASUM).
Among the cuts set to appear on "Murder.Death.Kill" are the following:
01. Shallow Burial
02. Mourning Life
03. Crawl To The Cross
04. Formaldehyde Dreams
05. Du Vaknar Som Död (cover)
06. Vaken Mardröm
According to an official press release, "fans of the heaviest and most brutal Swedish Death from late 80's/early 90's in the vein of GRAVE, GOD MACABRE, CREMATORY... but with an even more brutal approach shouldn't miss this upcoming masterpiece!!" The album cover art has been designed by U.S. artist Mike Bohatch, who had previously worked with ROTTING CHRIST, INSISION, VISCERAL BLEEDING, THE FORSAKEN, and MANGLED, among others.
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