RED HARVEST Set Release Date For "Sick" CD

Norway's RED HARVEST have set April 15th as the release date for their forthcoming studio album, tentatively titled Sick Transit Gloria Mundi, which was recently recorded at Akkerhaugen Studios (i.e. EMPEROR, MYRKSKOG) with famed producer Neil Kernon (i.e. QUEENSRYCHE, NEVERMORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE). Scheduled to contain 11 songs, including an as-yet-unspecified cover of cult industrialists GGFH, Sick Transit Gloria Mundi has only to be mastered before the finished CD goes to the presses. According to mainman Ketil Eggum (aka Selveste Turbonatas), the follow-up to 2000's celebrated Cold Dark Matter effort is a "really heavy one" and an "industrial paranoiametal for Feinschmeckers. If you can imagine a mixture of VOIVOD, LAIBACH, NEUROSIS and GGFH you should get the point."

Among the titles that are set to appear on Sick Transit Gloria Mundi are the following:

01. Weltschmertz
02. Godtech
03. CyberNaut
04. AEP
05. Humanoia
06. Sick Transit Gloria Mundi
07. Beyond The End

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