VADER Begin Recording New CD, Announce Title Change
Polish death metal veterans VADER have changed the title of their forthcoming album from Epitaph to Revelations. The band's first CD with ex-HUNTER four-stringer Simon (who replaced Shambo last year), Revelations is currently being recorded at Red Studio (the same studio where the group's Litany and Reign Forever World CDs were recorded) with producer with Piotr Lukaszewski, and it will include 12 tracks, among them the following:
01. Torch of War
02. The Wolftribe
03. From the Ashes Thy Create
05. Begotten Son of Fire
06. When the Fallen Rise Again
08. The Absolut
09. I Am Who I Am
In addition, two cover versions will be recorded, including a rendition of MORBID ANGEL's "Immortal Rites" for an upcoming MORBID ANGEL tribute album on Hellspawn Records (which will also include contributions from KRISIUN, EMPEROR, ANGEL CORPSE, and BEHEMOTH, among others). Although presently unconfirmed, "Immortal Rites" may also appear as a bonus track on the Japanese or Polish edition of Revelations.
The follow-up to 2001's Reign Forever World is scheduled for a June 3rd release through Metal Blade Records.
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