NOUMENA Completes Work On New Album

Finnish melodic death metallers NOUMENA have completed work on their third full-length album, "Anatomy of Life", tentatively due late October via Spikefarm Records. The follow-up to 2005's "Absence" was recorded and mixed at Savonlinna's Sundi Coop studio by Tuomo Valtonen and was mastered at Finnvox Studios by Mika Jussila.

Commented guitarist Tuukka Tuomela: "With the new album we have evolved our approach to melodic death. This time we worked more on terms of the songs. We didn't want to squeeze every song into the same format. However, heavy rhythms and catchy melodies are on their place."

"Anatomy of Life" track listing:

01. Misanthropolis
02. Burden of Solacement
03. Retrospection
04. The Burning
05. Monument of Pain
06. Triumph and Loss
07. Marionettes
08. Through the Element
09. Fire and Water

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