NIGHTRAGE, the Swedish melodic death metal band featuring singer Tomas Lindberg (THE GREAT DECEIVER, LOCKUP, DISFEAR, ex-AT THE GATES, THE CROWN), and guitarists Marios Iliopoulos (EXHUMATION) and Gus G. (DREAM EVIL, MYSTIC PROPHECY, FIREWIND), have set "Descent Into Chaos" as the title of their sophomore album, due in January 2005 via Century Media Records.
The follow-up to 2003's "Sweet Vengeance" was mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer Patrik J. Sten and was mastered at Tailor Maid Production in Stockholm with Peter in de Betou.
"Descent Into Chaos" track listing:
01. Being Nothing
04. Descent Into Chaos
07. Silent Solitude
10. Solus (Instrumental)
11. Jubilant Cry
12. Reality Versus Truth
13. Black Skies (Japanese bonus track)
The band, who recently added a new drummer and bassist in the shape of Fotis Benardo (ex-SEPTIC FLESH) and Henric Karlsson, respectively, have been confirmed for the Hammered At Xmas one-off gig at the Forum in London on December 17. Also set to appear are ARCH ENEMY, THE HAUNTED and DARK TRANQUILLITY.
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