NICKE ANDERSSON Back On Stage With ENTOMBED
Ex-ENTOMBED drummer Nicke Andersson rejoined his former bandmates on stage last weekend at the "Peace and Love Festival" in Borlänge, Sweden. Andersson, who fronts the very successful THE HELLACOPTERS, wasn't filling in as the sticksman again but he was standing in for Uffe Cederlund on guitar while Uffe was on tour with DISFEAR.
ENTOMBED have commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to 2003's "Inferno", tentatively due in early 2006 via Threeman Recordings. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "The Fiery Father", "I Need Hell", "Radarslave" and "Burn the Flag".
"Inferno" received its long-awaited U.S. release last August through Candlelight Records. The special U.S. edition of "Inferno" includes a bonus disc, "Averno", featuring two previously unreleased songs from the "Inferno" sessions as well as the song "When Humanity's Gone" that was previously released on the "Inferno" vinyl. In addition, "Averno" includes the promo videos for "Retaliation" and "Albino Flogged In Black". The album comes as a double-disc jewelcase with slipcase.
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