FACE DOWN: Support Bands For London CD-Release Party Announced

PANIC CELL, MALEFICE and I-REMAIN have been confirmed as the support acts for the upcoming London CD-release party gig from FACE DOWN, the reunited Swedish outfit featuring former THE HAUNTED singer Marco Aro. The show will take place on Saturday, November 5 at The Marquee.

FACE DOWN's new album, "The Will to Power", is scheduled for release on November 7 via Black Lodge Records. The CD was recorded at Fear and Loathing studio (co-owned by MESHUGGAH and CLAWFINGER) in SpÄnga, Sweden with engineer/producer Jocke Skog (CLAWFINGER) and was mastered on August 16 at the Cutting Room.

"The Will to Power" (view cover here) final track listing:

01. Drained
02. Blood Tiles
03. Heroin
04. Insanity
05. Will To Power
06. Grey
07. Heretic
07. The Delusion
08. War Hog
09. The Unsung

Bonus tracks on the digipack version of the album will be "My Sacrifice" and "Strife". "We're also looking into putting some multimedia stuff, live video clips and other goodies on the digipack," the band write on their web site.

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