Sweden's VANMAKT To Record Debut Album In January

Swedish black metal band VANMAKT will enter the studio in January/February 2007 record its debut album for release on Pulverised Records. The CD will contain 11 songs that "represent [VANMAKT's] interpretation of how black metal really should sound," according to a press release.

VANMAKT released a four-song demo earlier in the year, entitled "Diaboli Iubeo, Para Vindicta". The track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Prince Mephisto
02. Undying, The Master
03. The Bereaver
04. Demonas De Profundis


Gorgoth - Guitars and Screams
Vladr - Bass
Session/Live Members:
Jacke - Guitars
Jocke – Drums

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/Vanmakt.


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