Finnish metallers PROFANE OMEN have issued the following update:
"We have nine songs written for the new album and we'll start pre-production in a week or so.
"This one is going to knock your teeth through the back of your skull."
"Bound To Strive", the latest video from PROFANE OMEN, can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Pete Voutilainen of One Eye Media and edited by Ykä Järvinen. It was filmed at Nosturi in Helsinki, Finland on April 20, 2012.
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"Bound To Strive" comes off PROFANE OMEN's third full-length album, "Destroy!", which was released on September 28, 2011 via Spinefarm Records. The CD was produced by Ville Sorvali (MOONSORROW) and Mikko Herranen (RUST) and was recorded in part at Petrax studios in Hollola, Finland. The effort was mastered at Chartmakers in Helsinki.
PROFANE OMEN is:
Jules Näveri (THE NIBIRUAN, ENEMY OF THE SUN) - Vocals
Williami Kurki - Guitar
Antti Kokkonen - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Antti Seroff - Bass
Samuli Mikkonen - Drums
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