GRIFFIN: New Demo Samples Posted Online

Norwegian metal act GRIFFIN have posted MP3 samples of seven new demo/pre-production tracks at this location. All songs will appear on the band's forthcoming third full-length album, tentatively titled "Paranoia Overload", which will be recorded this July at Skansen Lydstudio in Trondheim, Norway under the co-production guidance of CHILDREN OF BODOM frontman Alexi Laiho.

The songs available for preview are as follows:

01. Bleed
02. Feeding The Fire
03. New Boss
04. Paranoia Overload
05. Second Time Around
06. Unbreakable
07. "untitled"

"Paranoia Overload" is set to be released in September through Norway's FaceFront Records. GRIFFIN were previously signed to the French label Season Of Mist Records, who issued the band's first two albums, 2000's "Wasteland Serenades" and last year's "The Sideshow".

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