HEARSE: Two Songs From New Album Available For Streaming
Two songs from HEARSE's brand new fourth album, "In These Veins", have been posted online at the Dental Records web site. Check out the tracks "Corroding Armour" and "Intoxication" in the "Audio Player" located at www.dentalrecords.se.
HEARSE is the Swedish "death 'n' roll" band featuring former ARCH ENEMY singer Johan Liiva and ex-FURBOWL drummer Max Thornell. The follow-up to 2005's "The Last Ordeal", "In These Veins" was recorded and mixed by Dan Swanö (EDGE OF SANITY, BLOODBATH) and is "definitely the best-sounding HEARSE album so far," according to the band. "Dan had pretty much free hands and gave the recording quite a rough touch even though it sounds much more modern than our earlier albums."
Formed by longtime friends Thornell and Liiva, HEARSE recorded a demo before signing with Hammerheart Records. The band released a limited-edition 7-inch single, entitled "Torch", prior to issuing their debut album, "Dominion Reptillian", in 2003. A follow-up effort, "Armageddon Mon Amour", came out in 2004. The group's third CD, "The Last Ordeal", came out in August 2005 through Holland's Karmageddon Media.
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