ROTTEN SOUND Unveils New Album Details

ROTTEN SOUND's brand new full-length album, "Cursed", will be released on March 15 via Relapse Records (except in Finland, where it will arrive on March 16 through Fullsteam Records). The 16-track follow-up to 2008's "Cycles" was recorded at Nordic Audio Labs and is lyrically themed around the six curses of mankind.

"Cursed" is currently available for pre-order at this location.

ROTTEN SOUND has announced a headlining European tour in support of "Cursed". The four-week trek will kick off in early April and will also include TRAP THEM, GAZA, THE KANDIDATE and HAUST.

ROTTEN SOUND will tour North America as part of "The Finnish Metal Tour 2", also featuring FINNTROLL, ENSIFERUM and BARREN EARTH. The five-week trek will run from January 31 until early March when it wraps up in Raleigh, North Carolina.


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