MAZE OF TORMENT Sign With HELLSPAWN RECORDS
Sweden's MAZE OF TORMENT have signed a deal with underground cult label Hellspawn Records (DARK FUNERAL, DEATHWITCH, WAR, INFERNAL). The group's long-awaited fourth album, "The Unmarked Graves", is slated for release in February 2003.
"The Unmarked Graves", which was recorded at The Abyss studios with producer Tommy Tägtgren in late 2001, was put on ice until now due to problems with their former U.S. label. The album features "12 tracks of intense and catchy death/thrash metal with their best production to date," according to an official press release.
The complete track listing for the album is as follows:
01. The Evil Remains The Same
02. Satan Descends
03. The Unmarked Graves
04. 13th Disciple
05. Fortress Of Doom
06. Demon's Rape
07. Void Of Pain
08. Enter The Holocaust
09. Burn Till Death
10. Blinded By Illusions
11. Formula XXX
12. All Hell Breaks Loose (MISFITS cover)
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