DAWN OF DEMISE: Debut Album Samples Available

DAWN OF DEMISE, self-described as "one of Denmark's most brutal bands," has posted two new tracks on its MySpace page. The songs "Degrading the Worthless" and "Malice – Kill to Conform" come off the group's debut album, "Hate Takes Its Form", which was mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen (RAUNCHY, VOLBEAT, MERCENARY, MNEMIC) at Hansen studios in Ribe, Denmark. "We chose these two songs because they represent what we are all about — heaviness, brutality and energy," the band writes in a press release.

Currently unsigned, DAWN OF DEMISE was formed in the fall of 2003 with one sole purpose — to play extremely heavy New York-style death metal. After one demo, "…And Blood Will Flow", and successful gigs all over Denmark, the band entered the studio to record its full-length debut.

DAWN OF DEMISE lineup:

Scott Jensen (ex-INFERNAL TORMENT) - Vocals
Bjørn Jensen - Bass
Jakob Nyholm (KOLDBORN) - Guitar
Martin Sørensen - Guitar
Kim Jensen - Drums

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