SADIST: New Album Details Revealed

Italian progressive death metallers SADIST will release their new album, "Season In Silence", on March 19 via Liveglobal/Self. The CD was produced, engineered and mixed by Tommy Talamanca for Nadir Music. According to a press release, the new CD promises to be the band's "most technical and extreme" effort to date.

"Season In Silence" track listing:

01. Aput
02. Broken and Reborn
03. Season in Silence
04. The Attic and the World of Emotions
05. Evil Birds
06. Ogron
07. Night Owl
08. Snowman
09. Bloody Cold Winter
10. The Abyss
11. Frozen Hands
12. Hiberna

SADIST will debut some of its new material live during the Italian Gods of Metal Festival in Milan, Italy on March 21. This event will be the first of many European festivals SADIST is going to take part in during the spring/summer of 2010.

SADIST's self-titled comeback album was released in 2007 via Beyond Productions.

Formed in 1991, SADIST split up in 2000 after releasing the "Lego" album and later reunited in 2005. Their compositions are said to involve "a heavy usage of guitar solos and keyboard solos, with progressive, jazz and some Eastern influences. Although SADIST are a death metal outfit, the album 'Lego' is a nu metal album with a thrash metal background."

"Sadist" featured a guest appearance by GOBLIN keyboardist Claudio Simonetti, who contributed a special version of the instrumental track "Sadist", which previously appeared on SADIST's 1993 debut album, "Above the Light".


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