GRAVE Complete Work On New CD

Legendary Swedish death metallers GRAVE have posted the following message on their official web site:

"After three weeks in Abyss studio, the new album, entitled 'Fiendish Regression', is finally finished. 11 tracks were recorded including 9 brand new songs + a cover version of SAINT VITUS classic 'Burial At Sea' and a re-recording of a old song named 'Autopsied' which was originally written and recorded for promotion in 1989.

"The cooperation with [producers] Tommy and Peter TÃĪgtgren really paid off and we are very satisfied with the result both song- and sound-wise. To say that the songs are brutal would be an understatement. The new blood of Pelle Ekegren (COERCION) on the drums really shows through the whole album. Fast, heavy and brutal is the only way to describe it. European release through Century Media Records is planned [for] late August."


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