PROFANE OMEN: 'Beaten Into Submission' Enters Finnish Chart At No. 28

PROFANE OMEN's debut abum, "Beaten into Submission" (Dethrone Music), entered the national album chart in the band's home country at position No. 28. View the entire chart at this location. The CD was recorded over a three-week period at Hideaway and Villvox studios with producer Ville Sorvali (MOONSORROW).

PROFANE OMEN is from Lahti, Finland and was founded in 1999. Its current lineup is as follows:

Jules Näveri (BURNING EMPIRE) - Vocals
Andy J. Bonfire (KILL THE ROMANCE) - Guitar
Williami Kurkki - Guitar
Tuomas Saarenketo - Bass
Samuli Mikkola (END BEGINS, UHRILEHTO) – Drums

PROFANE OMEN's previous release was a mini-CD, entitled "Adrenaline". The EP was recorded and mixed at Sonic Pump Studios by Nino Laurenne (THUNDERSTONE) and was produced by Panu Willman (ex-ENTWINE/BEFORE THE DAWN, currently in DARK FILTH FRATERNITY).

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