EXTOL: New Songtitles Announced

Norwegian progressive thrash/death metallers EXTOL have finished mixing their fourth full-length album, tentatively titiled "Gloriana", at Antfarm Studio in Denmark with Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HEAVEN SHALL BURN, MNEMIC) for an early 2005 release through Century Media Records. The end result is a 49-minute long effort containing 11 brand new songs that are being described as the most diverse "and undoubtedly the heaviest and most energetic" material presented by EXTOL so far. Songtitles set to appear on the follow-up to last year's "Synergy" include "In Reversal", "Gloriana", "Void", "From the Everyday Mountain Top" and "The Death Sedative". The cover art-work will be delivered by Asterik Studio (ZAO, POISON THE WELL).

EXTOL recently announced the addition of guitarists Tor Glidje and Ole Halvard Sveen (both ex-LENGSEL and ex-GANGLION) to the group's ranks.


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