CHROME DIVISION's 'Doomsday Rock 'N Roll' Enters Norwegian Chart At No. 31

CHROME DIVISION, the Norwegian five-piece featuring DIMMU BORGIR frontman Shagrath (a.k.a. Stian Thoresen) on guitar, entered the album chart in their home country at position No. 31 with their debut full-length CD, "Doomsday Rock 'N Roll". View the whole chart at this location.

"Doomsday Rock 'N Roll" is scheduled for release in North America on August 8 via Nuclear Blast Records. The disc was recorded in Oslo, Norway, last winter and contains a musical direction described by the band as "stripped down groovy rock 'n' roll with a primitive attitude." A tour will follow the album's release before the end of the year.

CHROME DIVISION recently shot a video for the track "Serial Killer" in Gothenburg, Sweden with director Patric Ullaeus (IN FLAMES, DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL, SOILWORK).


Shagrath - Guitar
Luna - Bass
Eddie Guz - Vocals
Ricky Doom - Guitar
Tony White - Drums


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