MAX MIDSUN: New Song Available For Download
A brand new MAX MIDSUN track, entitled "Feeding Frenzy", has been made available for download at the group's official MySpace page. The song comes off the Norwegian group's debut album, due on October 30 through the Norwegian label Morningstar Records. Entitled "Max the 1st", the CD was recorded at Godt Selskap studio (KEEP OF KALESSIN, NECROPHAGIA, CHTON etc.) and Top Room studio (TURBONEGRO, MAYHEM, ULVER etc.).
The brainchild of well-known producer Rune Stavnesli, "Max the 1st" will "give MAX MIDSUN the attention they deserve, blending the chugging punch of downtuned guitars and groovy backbone of drums and bass," according to a press release. "All this topped with desperate, melodic vocals giving the music a unique edge."
"Max the 1st" track listing:
02. Midsun Royale
03. The Pain
04. Humanoid Pornography
05. Plaguedoctor's Mask
06. Max Midsun
09. Feeding Frenzy
11. The Blood
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