DEATH BREATH: Stockholm Concert To Air On Swedish Radio

DEATH BREATH — the Swedish old-school death metal project featuring former ENTOMBED drummer and main songwriter Nicke Andersson (currently the frontman of rock 'n' roll band THE HELLACOPTERS) — has issued the following update:

"On March 13, Swedish radio [Sveriges Radio] P3 Live will air a live show with DEATH BREATH which was recorded in Stockholm during the Stinking Up Scandinavia Tour. Use this link to visit the web radio page and click 'Lyssna På Webbradio'. Don't know the exact time when it will air, but you might figure that out yourselves.

"We have been asked to record a MANTAS song for an upcoming record. Sounded like a lot of fun, so we decided to record 'Death By Metal'. We'll let you know more about this later on!"

DEATH BREATH released its new EP, "Let It Stink", in the U.S. on August 7 via Relapse Records.

"Let It Stink" features four brand new songs as well as three covers by BATHORY ("Sacrifice"), G.B.H. ("Lycantrophy") and DISCHARGE ("Maimed And Slaughtered"). The CD version of "Let It Stink" contains a brand new version of the video for the song "Death Breath" as well as the original one. The vinyl version is "10 pitch-black inches," according to a posting on the group's web site.

DEATH BREATH last year entered the Swedish "midprice chart" at position No. 3 with "Let It Stink" (Black Lodge Records). The midprice chart includes full-length albums as well those releases that are being sold as "midprice" (i.e. at a discount during a promotional campaign). Mini-albums are sold within the same price range, so they qualify for this chart as well.


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