Johnnie Cochran Jr. of Domination TV recently conducted an interview with vocalist Jules Näveri of Finnish metallers PROFANE OMEN. This 10-minute Finnish-language chat (with English subtitles by Night Elves) can be viewed below.
"Inherit The Void", the sophomore full-length album from PROFANE OMEN, recently entered the national chart in the band's home country at position No. 9. The CD was recorded with producer Ville Sorvali of MOONSORROW and Aleksanteri Kuosa.
"Inherit The Void" track listing:
01. Seconds (intro)
05. I Have Seen
06. Left To Disintegrate
07. In The Middle I Breathe
08. Right To Retaliate
09. Generation Doom (Count Me Out)
10. Dealers Of Guilt
Based in Lahti, Finland, PROFANE OMEN was formed in 1999 and released its debut album, "Beaten into Submission", in 2006. An EP, "Disconnected", followed in 2007.
PROFANE OMEN is:
Jules Näveri (ENEMY OF THE SUN) - Vocals
Antti Kokkonen (Andy J. Bonfire) - Guitar
Williami Kurki - Guitar
Tuomas Saarenketo - Bass
Samuli Mikkonen - Drums
(Thanks: fireangel / Night Elves)
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