"The Dead Marches On", a brand new song from Gothenburg, Sweden-based metallers COLDTEARS — who have been around since 2005 — will be premiered on Swedish national radio (Sveriges Radio) P3 on Thursday, November 4 at 21.03 CET. You can listen to the program live via the Internet at this location.
"The Dead Marches On" was recorded and mixed and mastered at Panic Disorder Studios by David Johansson on the island of Åstol (outside Gothenburg) and will appear on COLDTEARS' forthcoming full-length debut.
COLDTEARS's "Warning" EP was mixed and mastered by Charles Storm (DIMMU BORGIR, THE HAUNTED). It features a guest appearance by THE HAUNTED frontman Peter Dolving, who wrote the lyrics to and laid down lead vocals on the track "No Ordinary Ghost", which opens the four-song effort.
Rickard Johnsson - Drums
Marcus Dahlström - Bass
Gustav Alander - Vocals
Martin Färdigh - Guitar
David Johansson - Guitar
One of COLDTEARS' former members is Adam Gelotte (drums), the brother of IN FLAMES guitarist Björn Gelotte.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/coldtearsmusic.
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