TRENDKILL METHOD Completes Work On New Album

Latvian modern thrash metallers TRENDKILL METHOD, who feature in their ranks guest musicians Esben Hansen (HATESPHERE, AS WE FIGHT) on vocals and Magnus Soderman (SLAPDASH, AXENSTAR, INRAGE) on lead guitar, have completed work on their second album, "Affective Arousal", in their hometown of Riga with producers Denis Melnik (GUST OF ANGER, HOSTILE BREED, ULTRA) and Sergey "Amsterdam" Laletin (SANCTIMONY, SOULARIS). The CD was mixed by Jacob Hansen at Hansen Studio in Ribe, Denmark. The artwork was designed by Costin Chioreanu of Twilight 13 Media.

A track from "Affective Arousal", entitled "Pleasures Makes Me Paranoid", can be streamed below.


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Denis Melniks - Guitar
Vladimir Korobov - Guitar
Rustam Guseinov - Drums
Denis Denisenko - Bass
Janis Umbraska - Vocals


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