RIBSPREADER Completes Work On 'The Van Murders'

RIBSPREADER, the Swedish "old-school death metal" band featuring guitarist/vocalist/bassist Rogga Johansson (PAGANIZER, DEMIURG, BONEGNAWER), will release its fourth full-length album, "The Van Murders", on April 25 via Vic Records. According to a press release, the CD "sounds like the classic RIBSPREADER debut album 'Bolted to The Cross'. Less groovy than 'Opus Ribcage', WAY more raw, harsh and old school (band leader Rogga expressed it as: 'dirty, simple old-school death metal, no frills and lots of chills)."

"The Van Murders" is the first RIBSPREADER concept album about two killers named The Cleaner and Mr. Filth. Drums on the CD were laid down by Norwegian master drummer Brynjar Helgetun (PAGANIZER, THE GROTESQUERY). The cover art was created by Turkka Rantanen (THE GROTESQUERY, DEMILECH, DEMIURG).

"The Van Murders" was mixed/mastered at the Filth Chamber in Denver, Colorado by Patrick Bruss (IMPETIGO, DETERIOROT), who also performed lead guitar on this album.


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