SLUDGE: 'Lava' To Receive U.S. Release

"Lava", the new album from Swiss doom metallers SLUDGE, which was released in some parts of Europe at the beginning of the month, will see its release in the U.S. and Germany this coming week, to be followed by Italy later in the month. Dates for its release in Greece, Hungary and Australia are still to be announced.

SLUDGE will perform live at the official launch party for "Lava" on May 16 at Le Romandie in the band's hometown of Lausanne, Switzerland.

The album is released on the Mighty Music label and features two new members Ulik on bass and Odin (HOUSTON SWING ENGINE, UNFOLD) on vocals.

Formed by SAMAEL guitarist Makro, SLUDGE had been streaming various tracks from the new album on their MySpace page for a limited period, but due to the response they have been receiving from fans, the bandmembers have decided to extend the streaming for a few more weeks, and have now uploaded the three most popular tracks including the title cut "Lava".

The video below is the official video for the track "60 mm" from "Lava".


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