Swedish thrashers RAISE HELL are back with a new new lineup and a highly anticipated comeback album. Due on August 21 via Black Lodge Records, "Written In Blood" is described in a press release as "an awesome mix of thrashing, screaming vocals with ripping guitar riffs and pounding drums as heard in 'Dr. Death', 'Six Feet Under' and 'We Arise'. This, combined with the heavier, more melodic songs 'A Blackened Resurrection', 'The Bell Of The Reaper' and 'In Cold Blood', gives the album another dimension. It's both harder and faster than the latest releases — exploding with energy, it won't leave anyone untouched!
"Written In Blood" track listing:
01. Dr. Death 02. Six Feet Under 03. Fallen Domination 04. Demon Mind 05. A Blackened Resurrection 06. The Bell of the Reaper 07. We Arise 08. Thank you God 09. In Cold Blood 10. Final Hour
RAISE HELL's current lineup includes former DESTRUCTION drummer Sven Vormann.
RAISE HELL is:
Jimmy Fjällendahl - Vocals
Jonas von Wowern - Guitars
Niklas Sjöström – Bass
Sven Vormann - Drums
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