THE DEFACED Announce New Album Title

Vocalist Jens Broman (CONSTRUCDEAD, HATELIGHT) of THE DEFACED, the Swedish band featuring DARKANE/TERROR 2000 guitarist Klas Ideberg, has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"I'm done in the studio, puh! A lot of work! This has been my hardest but till the most challenging recording I've done. I did the final vocal parts [for THE DEFACED's third album] this past weekend, and Klas and Matti are now working with some final editing of the production.

'I'm sure this record will blow your mind! And we have set 'Anomaly' to be the title of the album — which really catches the vibe of the songs! The songs are more sublime and varied, than the 'Karma in Black' album, beautiful harmonies are mixed with really aggressive parts.

"The mixing will take a while, but this is to make sure that the final product will be as good as you want it!"

THE DEFACED's sophomore album, "Karma In Black", was issued in 2003 via Italy's Scarlet Records.


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