UNLEASHED To Enter Studio In January

Swedish death metal legends UNLEASHED have posted the following message on their official web site:


"There has been some time since the band was out on the battlefield... but make no mistake! We haven't been drinking beer (only) all this time.

"We are currently completing the brand new album and hopefully we can hit the studio in January 2004. The new songs are in the same style as always... aggressive death metal! This time the overall pace will be faster and more intense than on the previous 'Hell's Unleashed' [2002].

"We think every die-hard fan of our music will enjoy this one.

"The priority on this record has been the intensity and the energy.

"The band is also planning a number of festivals for the summer of 2004.

"More details on festivals and the new album soon..."


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