Rock group DUNDERBEIST — the seven-member Norwegian band whose name means "thunder beast" in their native tongue — has completed work on its new album, "Songs Of The Buried", to be released digitally in North America on November 19. The CD — the group's second of 2012 — will also be made available in Germany, Austria and Switzerland on November 16, in Norway on November 9, and throughout the rest of Europe on November 20.
"Songs of the Buried" continues where their previous album, the acclaimed "Black Arts & Crooked Tails", left off, but with a darker, heavier and more progressive sound both musically and lyrically. The album was recorded in the band's own Pigsty Studio in Hamar, Norway and mixed by guitarist Fredrik Ryber, while the mastering was completed by Alan Douches (MASTODON, CONVERGE, KVELERTAK).
"Songs Of The Buried" track listing:
01. .:Y:. 02. Father Serpent 03. Acheron 04. Enter Exile 05. The Hidden Ones 06. Songs of the Buried 07. Centuries 08. Four of the Seven 09. Forcefed Boar's Head 10. Mongrel
DUNDERBEIST — praised by Metal Hammer as "one of the most unique rock bands to emerge from Norway in recent memory," with "catchy, anthemic and slightly oddball, heavy metal-tinged melodic hard rock" — has released two studio updates, the newest of which can be viewed below.
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