DEW-SCENTED's 'Invocation' To Receive U.S. Release Via PROSTHETIC RECORDS

"Invocation", the new album from German thrashers DEW-SCENTED, will be released in North America on May 25 via Prosthetic Records. Recorded by Jörg Uken at Soundlodge studios (GOD DETHRONED, SINISTER, DESPONDENCY) in Rhauderfehn, Germany, the CD marks the first appearance of drummer Marc-Andree Dieken (ex-OBSCENITY), and guitar team Michael Borchers and Martin Walczak, alongside long-term members, vocalist Leif Jensen and bassist Alexander Pahl.

"Invocation" will feature cover artwork by Björn Goosses of

Commented Jensen: "DEW-SCENTED are honored to announce that our new album, 'Invocation', will be released via Prosthetic Records in North America! The label's dedicated staff, their outstandingly classy and pretty open-minded musical taste for all things extreme as well as the quality work delivered for cool bands like LAMB OF GOD, GOJIRA, SKELETONWITCH, ALL THAT REMAINS and BENEATH THE MASSACRE make us happy and proud to be teaming up with them as new partner for our upcoming releases! We look forward to unleashing 'Invocation' upon the thrashing masses in North America soon!"

Formed in 1992, DEW-SCENTED has released seven previous full-lengths on labels such as Nuclear Blast, Grind Syndicate and Steamhammer/SPV. The band has toured with a who's who of extreme music, including CANNIBAL CORPSE, NAPALM DEATH, BEHEMOTH, KREATOR, SODOM and OVERKILL.

"Invocation" will be released in Europe on Metal Blade Records.


Leif Jensen - Vocals
Michael Borchers - Lead Guitars
Alexander Pahl - Bass
Martin Walczak - Rhythm Guitars
Marc-Andree Dieken – Drums

DEW-SCENTED's last album, "Incinerate", was released in North America in April 2007 via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was mixed by Andy Sneap (MEGADETH, NEVERMORE, ARCH ENEMY) and features guest appearances by Jeff Waters (ANNIHILATOR), Gus G. (FIREWIND) and Mille Petrozza (KREATOR).

For a list of upcoming DEW-SCENTED shows, visit


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