UNSOUL To Release Debut This Month

German progressive/experimental death metallers UNSOUL will release their debut album, "Magnetic Moutain", on December 19 via Setalight Records. Picking up where the band's acclaimed demo "Welcome To Annexia" (2005) left off, "Magnetic Mountain" delivers "a vital mixture of pounding death metal, highly melodic interludes, and the strange air of a madness to come," according to a press release.

"Magnetic Mountain" track listing:

01. Magnitogorsk
02. Way Less Space
03. Rebel Prostitute
04. Swancorpse
05. Neverest
06. Contratto Senza Pietá
07. Dance Your Legs Off
08. Pre-
09. Post-
10. I-Loss
11. Breaking The Frames
12. Secret City

Two tracks from the CD — "Post-" and "Dance Your Legs Off" — are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

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Dennis Schröder: Vocals
Moritz Bossmann: Guitar
Konstantin Frick: Synths
Stephan Kohl: Drums
Chris Dobbertin: Bass
Walid Farruque: Guitar


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