Swedish rockers VIOLENT DIVINE will release their new album, "In Harm's Way", on January 31, 2009 via Misty Recordings. The CD was mixed and produced by Pontus Norgren, guitarist of Swedish metal act HAMMERFALL. It was a natural choice to work together with a highly acclaimed sound engineer and musician like Pontus Norgren, with his extensive experience both live and studio with bands like EUROPE and YNGWIE MALMSTEEN. VIOLENT DIVINE and Pontus Norgren share a lot of musical influences like OZZY OSBOURNE, MÖTLEY CRÜE and ACCEPT, to name just a few.
According to a press release, "In Harm's Way" is "a massive hard rock album, mixing heavy metal, glam and classic hard rock, featuring 12 strong tracks in the true spirit of VIOLENT DIVINE."
A single and video, "Blackheart", will precede the album release on January 8, 2009.
"In Harm's Way" track listing:
01. Let Them Burn
04. Days of Sorrow
05. I Am
06. Love is Divine
07. End of Times
08. Master of Reality
09. Happy Ever Afterlife
10. Skin Deep
11. This Love
12. Vampire Empire
Formed in late 2005, VIOLENT DIVINE received critical praise for its 2006 debut album which spawned three singles: "Rush You", "Let's Go" and "Levitate".
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