AMARAN: New Album Artwork Posted Online

Sweden's AMARAN have posted the artwork to their upcoming sophomore effort, "Pristine In Bondage", at this location. The follow-up to "A World Depraved" was recorded at Studio Underground in Västerås, Sweden and contains 13 new songs that the band are describing as "much heavier" than the material on the group's previous CD.

"Pristine In Bondage" is scheduled for release on December 23 in Japan and January 2004 in the rest of the world through Listenable Records. The first pressing — for the rest of the world — will be a slipcase edition with one bonus track — for a total of 11 tracks — and the Japanese version will be a 13-tracker with two additional bonus tracks. Download an MP3 of the song "Inflict" at this location.

AMARAN recently replaced bassist Mikael Andersson with JULIE LAUGHS NO MORE drummer Ronnie Bergerståhl.


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