"The Silver Asylum", a brand new song from Norwegian extreme metallers SWORN, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The song comes off the band's third album, tentatively due in late 2011/early 2012 via an as-yet-undetermined label.
SWORN previously stated about its material, "Earlier there's been a mix between very melodic/atmospheric tracks and straight forward almost thrash-like tracks on our albums. We do this because we have a passion for both styles, and love to incorporate them into the SWORN sound.
"What we've done on this third album is to make each song represent our sound a lot more, with both melodic and hard-hitting parts, while still being unique in themselves. This defines us a lot more."
Other songtitles set to appear on the next SWORN CD include "Corridors Of Dark Salvation", "The Keeper" and "Mot Stupet" (Norwegian lyrics).
SWORN's sophomore album, "Bastards And Conquerors", was released on October 30, 2009 via Twilight-Vertrieb.
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