RAZORBACK: Audio Samples Posted Online

RAZORBACK, the new band consisting of Rolf Munkes (guitar, MAJESTY, ex-VANIZE), Stefan Berggren (vocals, ex-COMPANY OF SNAKES), Marcus Bielenberg (bass, ex-VANIZE), Pierre Fienhold (drums, ex-VANIZE) and Chris Heun (guitar, ex-SHYLOCK), have uploaded three short audio samples from their upcoming debut CD, "Animal Anger", at their newly launched official web site.

Due on April 26 through Massacre Records, "Animal Anger" was recorded during September 2003 and February 2004 at Empire Studios in Bensheim, Germany and was mixed by Munkes during January and February 2004 at Empire. Keyboards on the track "Dead Man's Song" were handled by Joakim Svalberg.

01. The Hymn (mp3 clip)
02. One By One (mp3 clip)
03. A New King In Town
04. Kiss Of Death
05. Fire And Rain (mp3 clip)
06. Release Me
07. Lone Wolf
08. The Eye Of The Storm
09. Bastard
10. Dead Man's Song


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