SOLE REMEDY: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

"Apoptosis", the new album from from the Lahti, Finland progressive-melancholic metal band SOLE REMEDY, can be streamed in its entirety on the group's MySpace page. The CD was recorded during 2009 at Oriville Studios and was released in Finland on October 6 via Aftermath Music.

"Apoptosis" track listing:

01. Comatose
02. Present Remorse
03. Leave
04. The Burden
05. Ordeal
06. The Undertow
07. Apoptosis
08. Wolf In Me
09. Solace
10. Past Decay

According to the group's official bio, "the concept of SOLE REMEDY has always been about making something new with a soul and character of its own. It's about understanding who you are and giving your utmost input. It's about honesty to you and to others."

SOLE REMEDY's full-length debut, "The Wounded Ones", was recorded in the summer of 2007 and was released in a limited-edition pressing in 2008, sold primarily at the band's concerts.


Jukka - Vocals, Guitars
Mikko - Guitars
Henkka - Drums
Artturi - Bass
Eetu - Keyboards, Vocals

(Thanks: fireangel / Night Elves)


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