Swedish old-school death metallers DESOLATOR will release their debut full-length album, "Unearthly Monument", on June 30 via Hellthrasher Productions. According to a press release, the CD consists of 12 tracks (including re-recorded versions of some of the band's earlier songs as well as several brand new pieces), presenting a new, individual take on the glory days of ENTOMBED, GRAVE and DISMEMBER.
"Unearthly Monument" was mixed and mastered by Nikos G. at Hellish Music Productions and features the following track listing:
01. Thy Flesh Consumed 02. Desolated 03. Gravefeast 04. Mass Human Pyre 05. Infernal Gathering 06. Feeding Frenzy 07. The Triumph Of Death 08. Bludgeoned, Beaten And Berated 09. Second Killing Of Christ 10. Impaled 11. Age Of Annihilation 12. Antimortem Autopsy
The official lyric video for the song "Infernal Gathering" can be seen below.
DESOLATOR was founded in 2009 in Stockholm by Joakim, Jonas and Mille. In 2011 the band shared a split CD with Greece's RESURGENCY.
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