Veteran Swedish metallers TAD MOROSE have inked a new deal with GMR Music. The band's tenth album, titled "Chapter X", will be released on June 15.
The Bollnäs-based outfit followed the release of 2015's "St. Demonius" with a successful European headline tour as well as making the rounds on the festival circuit before launching into the early stages of writing the material that now comprises "Chapter X".
Comments vocalist Ronny Hemlin: "This is still fun for us! The past few years — as always with these guys — was filled with lots of touring, playing clubs, both big and small and destroying festivals of various calibers. You could say we spent that time gaining new fans. Or, as we like to call it, 'collecting souls.'"
Feeling no need to rush the recording process, the band entered Studio Claustrophobic, which is owned by Hemlin and Johan Lofgren, formerly of STEEL ATTACK, working at a comfortable steady pace. Mastering of "Chapter X" was handled by Jonas Kjellgren at Black Lounge Studios and the band turned to an old friend, Rainer Kalwitz ("A Mended Rhyme") to take care of the album's artwork.
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