"Your Life Is Mine", a brand new song from Swedish death metallers SKINEATER, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track comes off the band's debut album, "Dermal Harvest", which will be released later this year via Pulverised Records.
"Dermal Harvest" was recorded, mixed and mastered by Pelle Saether at Studio Underground (CARNAL FORGE, AMARAN, MÅNEGARM), with the album cover designed and conceptualized by Matthias Björkbacka.
The track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. He Was Murdered 02. Dismantling 03. Your Life Is Mine 04. Made Of Godsick 05. Through The Empire 06. Stab 07. Drifting 08. Thousand Dead Faces 09. Bring Them 10. Solitude Discord
SKINEATER last year announced the addition of drummer Matte Modin (DARK FUNERAL, RAISED FIST, DEFLESHED, SPORTLOV) to the group's ranks.
Formed in late 2008, SKINEATER features scene veterans Håkan Stuvemark (ex-WOMBBATH, ex-IN THY DREAMS), Stefan Westerberg (ex-CARNAL FORGE, ex-IN THY DREAMS) and Jörgen Ström (THE MARY MAJOR).
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