UNDERCROFT: New Single Available For Free Download

UNDERCROFT, the Chilean death/thrash metal band now transplanted to Germany, has finished mixing and mastering its sixth full-length album, "Ruins Of Gomorrah", with producer Daniel Bergstrand (MESHUGGAH, DARK FUNERAL, LORD BELIAL, IN FLAMES, BEHEMOTH, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, DARKANE, SATARIEL) at his Dug Out Productions in Uppsala, Sweden.

A brand new UNDERCROFT single is being made available for free download via the band's MySpace page.

The single includes the following songs:

01. Intro (Incubus Gate)
02. El Triunfo de la Muerte


Alvaro Lillo - Bass, Vocals
Claudio Illanes - Guitar
Pablo Cortes - Drums

UNDERCROFT's video for the song "Bury My Burden", taken from the band's latest album, "Lethally Growing", can be viewed below. The clip was shot at Rondenbarg Bauwagenplat in Hamburg, Germany.

"Lethally Growing" was released in 2006 via Tiefdruck Musik. The CD was recorded at Kick that Ass to the Moon studios in Hamburg, Germany with producer Markus Geiger.


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