French Death Metallers TREPALIUM Cover PANTERA Classic (Audio)

French death metallers TREPALIUM have posted their cover version of PANTERA's classic "I'm Broken" via YouTube. The track is featured on the band's highly anticipated new album, "H.N.P.", which is set for release on June 8 through Klonosphere/Season Of Mist.

The follow-up to 2009's critically acclaimed "XIII", "H.N.P." was recorded, mixed and mastered at Thibault Chaumont's Deviant Lab studio, and is described in a press release as "a bellowing, vibrant explosion of crushing but groovy riffs, which is calibrated for maximum impact."

"H.N.P." track listing:

01. Heic Noenum Pax
02. Prescription Of Crisis
03. Slave The World
04. Order The Labyrinth
05. Insane Architect
06. Let The Clown Rise
07. I Was
08. The Worst Friend
09. Raining Past
10. I'm Broken (PANTERA cover)


KK: Vocals
Harun Demiraslan: Guitar, Keyboards
Nicolas Amossé: Guitar
Ludovic Chauveau: Bass
Sylvain Bouvier: Drums


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