DEATHSTARS Begins Mixing New Album

Swedish industrial goth metal band DEATHSTARS has finished recording its third album, "Deathglam", and has begun mixing the effort at Toytown studios in Stockholm, Sweden with Stefan Glaumann. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Night Electric Night", "Chertograd", "Blood Stains Blondes", "Opium" and "Venus In Arms".

In a recent interview with Lucem Fero, DEATHSTARS vocalist Andreas "Whiplasher Bernadotte" Bergh stated about "Deathglam", "It'll just continue with the deathglam that we play. In terms of this new album's style, I think it's more DEATHSTARS than ever. . . We're digging deeper and deeper into the impression that we began with 'Synthetic Generation', and we're achieving more and more freedom. We're breaking more and more away from metal and things like, which is all we just played before. It makes 'Deathglam' interesting."

Holland's FaceCulture recently conducted an interview with Andreas "Whiplasher Bernadotte" Bergh. Watch part of the chat below.

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