PAGANIZER To Enter Studio In March
Swedish death metallers PAGANIZER have re-signed with Xtreem Music for the release of their new album, tentatively due in June. "Eight new songs has been written and arranged for the upcoming fifth PAGANIZER album," the band write on their web site. "We'll be entering Soundlab Studio again in late March to record the stuff and we're hoping to bring you the best PAGANIZER material to date. The new stuff is faster and heavier than any previous material but still totally in the same vein as always: brutal Swedish death metal. Songtitles are as follows:
01. No Divine Rapture
02. Way Of The Rotting
03. Brutally Torn Sanity
04. Nailed Forever
05. On Your Knees
06. Devour Digest Defecate
07. Abscess In Black
08. The Plague That Hunts
"As for now we haven't finally decided on any album title.
"Other news are that the planned tour with FLESHCRAWL won't happen after all. Things doesn't always work out as planned. The current plans are to play a bunch of shows in Germany with SUIDAKRA and another yet unconfirmed band. A Mexican tour arranged by Onslaught Records is also being planned and when anything is decided it'll be posted here at www.paganizer.com."
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