ARTIFACT Mixing Sophomore Album

Vocalist Tor Arne Fassotte and guitarist/programmer Pl Evensen of the Stavanger, Norway-based goth-influenced rock/metal band ARTIFACT are mixing the group's sophomore album, tentatively titled "Desolation", for a late fall/early winter release.

Songtitles set to appear on the CD (in no particular order):

* Burn
* Nexus 6
* Close To You
* Never Failure
* Bound To Lose
* Headed For Breakdown
* A Home?
* My Happy Happy Pills
* The Devil's Road
* My Hate Is The Cure

A demo version of the song "Nexus 6" can be streamed below.

ARTIFACT's "New Messiah" video can be viewed below. The clip features a special guest appearance by TRISTANIA singer Mariangela Demurtas.

ARTIFACT released its debut album, "The Only Salvation", in June 2008 via Spiralchords.

ARTIFACT is a band from the city of Stavanger on the west coast of Norway, formed in late 2002. The group consists of vocalist Tor Arne Fassotte of THIS NEGATIVE KARMA, guitarist Pl Evensen who programs and writes most of the music.

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