ROTTEN SOUND: Entire New Album Available For Streaming
Finland's ROTTEN SOUND is sctreaming its new full-length album, "Cycles", in its entirety via the group's recently relaunched web site. Due on January 9, 2008 via Spinefarm Records, the CD was recorded and mixed with Janne Saksa at Kantola and Sound Supreme studios. Mastering was handled by Pelle Henricsson at Tonteknik Studios.
"Cycles" track listing:
01. The Effects
02. Prai$€ the £ord
08. Days to Kill
10. Caste System
16. Sold Out
17. Feet First
ROTTEN SOUND was formed on 1993 and has released more than a dozen recordings so far, including four full-length albums, one DVD and numerous smaller releases. Their last full-ength effort, "Exit" (Spinefarm Records) CD/LP, received many rave reviews around the world and made it to Finnish charts for three weeks after it was released. An eight-song mini-CD, "Consume to Contaminate", was issued last year.
ROTTEN SOUND has a great deal of touring experience, including numerous tours in Europe, two U.S. tours and many festivals on both continents.
Watch ROTTEN SOUND's "Burden" video (from 2005's "Exit"):
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