"Unleash", the debut album from Swedish death metallers MY OWN GRAVE, will be re-released through Pulverised Records on January 19 in the U.S. and January 27 in Europe. The extended version of "Unleash" will be bundled with the "Progression Through Deterioration" 2004 demo and two extra cover songs (KRABATHOR's "Orthodox" and SLAYER's "War Ensemble"). The remastering duties were handled by acclaimed Swedish multi-instrumentalist/producer Dan Swanö (DISSECTION, MARDUK, OPETH, BLOODBATH). In addition, the artwork and layout have been altered and revamped.
"Unleash" reissue track listing:
02. From The Ashes
03. Into Pieces
04. Spread The Plague
05. Where Carnage Reigns
06. Backdraft (Drowning In Fire)
07. Sheltered By Inferno
09. Heathen Divinity
10. The Beyond
11. Theme For The Dead
12. Strangled By Life
13. Orthodox (KRABATHOR cover)
14. War Ensemble (SLAYER cover)
"Progression Through Deterioration" (2004 demo):
15. From The Ashes
16. Sheltered By Inferno
17. The Beyond
18. Theme For The Dead
A 48-second video trailer for the "Unleash" reissue can be viewed below.
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