SLUDGE: 'Lava' Audio Samples Available
SLUDGE, the Swiss extreme metal act featuring SAMAEL guitarist Makro, will release its long-awaited new album, "Lava", in April/May via Mighty Music.
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. 60 MM
02. Idi Na Hui
05. Below (Litanies Of Satan)
09. The End
Check out audio samples at this location.
"Lava" was produced by Makro, mixed by Serge Morattel (KNUT, NOSTROMO, SHORA), and mastered by Alan Douches (MASTODON, CONVERGE). According to a press release, the album is "dirty, un-commercial, heavy as shit."
With regards to the musical direction of the upcoming CD, Makro previously said, "All we can say is that this is gonna be a bit different, keeping the heavy and dirty feel from our sound, we've been experimenting more things and paths… There's gonna be blood, teeth and the doomest atmospheres we've ever recorded…"
SLUDGE's video for the song "60mm" can be viewed below.
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