German death metal veterans INCUBATOR have posted a medley of songs from their upcoming album, "lieBISSlieder", on their MySpace page.
INCUBATOR recently announced the addition of bassist Dirk "Digger" Weiss to the group's ranks. Weiss is known in metal circles as the former frontman of WARPATH and RICHTHOFEN.
Weiss previously sang on INCUBATOR's cover of the RICHTHOFEN track "Der jüngste Tag/An die Wand", to be included on the digipack version of INCUBATOR's upcoming album, "lieBISSlieder", due in March via Massacre Records.
According to a press release, "lieBISSlieder" shows an updated, but surely not less heavy version of the band. To get an impression, head over to www.myspace.com/hirnnektar, where a clip of the brand new song "S" has been posted.
"lieBISSlieder" track listing:
04. Für Immer
05. Der Weg
08. F**K Mich
Bonus track (digipack):
10. Der jüngste Tag (RICHTHOFEN cover)
"lieBISSlieder" will be released on March 28 via Massacre Records.
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