HYPOCRISY To Re-Release 'Catch 22' With Re-Recorded Vocals, New Mix

Swedish extreme metallers HYPOCRISY have issued the following update:

"As you've probably heard, we're remixing and redoing the vocals on 'Catch 22' [originally issued in 2002 via Nuclear Blast] and re-releasing it. Why?! Because we still think it is a great fucking album but it got slammed and misunderstood because of the vocal style and the drum sound and so on.

"Everybody in HYPOCRISY is sitting home and writing for the next album right now and we wanna make sure it will be the best release we can do... When it will be out, we don't know. Maybe in the beginning of 2009."

HYPOCRISY's latest album, "Virus", came out in September 2005 via Nuclear Blast Records.

Watch HYPOCRISY's video for the song "Scrutinized" (taken from "Virus"):


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