Swedish death metallers SOREPTION will release their second album, "Engineering The Void", later in the year via Ninetone Records. The follow-up to 2010's "Deterioration Of Minds" was recorded, mixed and produced by Tommy Rehn at Ninetone Studios. The CD cover artwork was created by Raphael Gabrio of Insane Visions and can be seen below.
"Engineering The Void" track listing:
01. Reveal The Unseen 02. The Nature Of Blight 03. Breaking The Great Narcissist 04. A Speech To Survival 05. Utopia 06. Monumental Burden 07. I Am You 08. Engineering The Void
A teaser for the album is available below.
Formed in 2005, "SOREPTION unleash their surgically precise and unique, razorsharp voilence with technically and artistically advanced riffs topped off with in-your-face brutal vocals, leaving the listener nothing short of stunned and ready to bow down to the mature display of how death metal should be played," according to a press release.
Fredrik Söderberg - Vocals Anton Svedin - Guitars Stefan Nordlander - Session Guitarist Rickard Persson - Bass Tony Westermark - Drums
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