Finnish metallers TRACEDAWN will release their new album, "Lizard Dusk", on February 15 via Redhouse. The CD was produced and co-recorded by Tuomas Yli-Jaskari, Perttu Kurttila and Vili Itäpelto at Seawolf and Redhouse Studios, mixed by Henrik Udd at Studio Fredman in Sweden and mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox.
"Lizard Dusk" marks TRACEDAWN's first recorded output since the departure of singer Antti Lappalainen (vocal duties are presently shared between Niko Kalliojärvi [LITHURIA, ex-AMORAL] and guitarist Tuomas Yli-Jaskari).
"Lizard Dusk" track listing:
01. Arabian Nights 02. Breed Insane 03. Sick Fire 04. The Crawl 05. You're Fired! 06. Machine 07. Nothing And Nowhere 08. Thanks For Asking, I'm Just Obsessed 09. Taught My Eyes To Lie
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The "Breed Insane" video can be seen below.
A video for the track "Machine" was recently completed and will make its online debut on Friday, February 10 via Finland's Radio Rock.
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