Dutch death/thrash metallers DEVIOUS will release their new EP, "Wolfhagen", on May 11 as a limited edition, hand numbered metal case. On that very night, the band will present the new effort live on stage at Metropool in Hengelo, The Netherlands. Also set to appear are DEATH SQUAD and DECEIVING FAITH.
"Wolfhagen" was mixed and mastered last month by Jörg Uken at Soundlodge Studios in Rhauderfehn, Germany.
The bass tracks on the new EP were laid down by Alwin Zuur (ASPHYX) following the departure of Daniël Centiago. A session touring bass player has since been recruited in the shape of Niels Achtereekte (VITAMIN 14, ex-NEXT WASTE DIMENSION).
"Wolfhagen" marks the recording debut of DEVIOUS' new singer, Dennis Lusseveld, who joined the band in November.
The opening track from the new EP, "One Man Horde", can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
DEVIOUS' third full-length album, "Vision", was released in December 2009 via Deity Down Records.
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