CONSTRUCDEAD: New Album Recorded

Swedish metallers CONSTRUCDEAD have issued the following update:

"We have recorded the whole [new CONSTRUCDEAD] album, yet untitled down in Helsingborg with Peter Wildoer and Klas Ideberg from DARKANE. The idea was to record in their studio, Not Quite Studios, but it was flooded the day before we even sat foot in there. So, we got to record elsewhere, though still with Peter and Klas. We have nailed 13 songs but we are not sure if all of them are gonna end up on the album, we'll see. We had a great time recording this album! Got to hang out with some of the local celebs and friends, Björn Strid and Ola Frenning of SOILWORK, Nick Sword of TERROR 2000. Did we mention we drank a shitload of liqour? And yes, we had a guest appearance. Guess who? So right now we are just waiting to get a first mix from Peter and Klas. We will probably put some samples up on the [band's web site] as soon as the whole thing is done."

Songtitles set to appear on CONSTRUCDEAD's fourth album include "Cataclysm", "Transfixed", "My Haven", "Tragic Kingdom", "A Godess Breaches Through Me", "Spiritual Shift", "The One Beside Me" and "No Exit".

The band previously stated about the new material, "I think that there will be something for everyone on this album. Most of the material though, is very fast, heavy and hard. But we managed to squeeze in a few melodies here and there as well. I can guarantee some serious blasting!!!"

CONSTRUCDEAD earlier in the year parted ways with drummer Erik Thyselius (TERROR 2000) and bassist Viktor Hemgren. No reason was given for their departures.

CONSTRUCDEAD's third album, "The Grand Machinery", was released in September 2005 via Black Lodge Records. The CD was recorded at Fear and Loathing Studio (co-owned by CLAWFINGER and MESHUGGAH) with producer Jocke Skog.

Watch CONSTRUCDEAD's video for the song "Wounded" (from 2004's "Violadead"):

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