ARISE: Release Date Set For 'The Beautiful New World'

Spinefarm Records has set an April 6 release date for the third album from Swedish death/thrash metallers ARISE, entitled "The Beautiful New World".

The follow-up to 2003's "Kings Of The Cloned Generation", "The Beautiful New World" was recorded at StudioMega in Bollebygd, Sweden and was produced by ARISE and Mr. Silver. Check out 50-second sound clips of the tracks "How Long Can You Pretend?", "Profit from the Weak" and "King of Yesterday, Slave of Today" at this location.

"The Beautiful New World" track listing:

01. How Long Can You Pretend?
02. A New World
03. Profit from the Weak
04. Dreams Worthy Gods
05. King of Yesterday, Slave of Today
06. Of Life and Death
07. Expendable Heroes
08. Inject the Machine
09. Misery
10. Broken Trust
11. Tribute to the Flesh

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