Sweden's THE UGLY To Release Debut In November

Stockholm, Sweden-based black metallers THE UGLY will release their debut album, "Slaves to the Decay", on November 14 via Dental Records. The first 1,000 copies of the CD, which was recorded at Necromorbus studio (WATAIN, MÖRK GRYNING), will come in a "luxurious" digipack.

Commented the label in a statement, "Since we started Dental Records, we have always searched worldwide to find the right black metal band to join our ever-growing rooster of diversed metal. Believe it or not, the band that we finally found was in our own backyward.

"[THE UGLY] has huge potential to be the next leading black metal band hailing from Sweden. Take a dose of NIFELHEIM and DARK FUNERAL and mixed with their own sound and you get the idea of what the band is all about."

"Slaves to the Decay" track listing:

01. Seven Heads, Ten Horns
02. Divide Et Impera
03. Crooked Serpent Salvation
04. Diggin' Graves
05. Throne of Grief
06. Hierarchy of the Undead
07. Disease
08. Death Beyond Flag or Uniform
09. Black Metal Punks
10. Necrosis
11. Dressed in Death

For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.

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