VICIOUS ART: More Dates With DEATH BREATH Announced

VICIOUS ART — the Swedish death/thrash metal band featuring former DARK FUNERAL members Matias Mäkelä and Robert Lundin, along with Jörgen Sandström (THE PROJECT HATE, ex-ENTOMBED, GRAVE) on bass — will support DEATH BREATH (the Swedish old-school death metal project featuring former ENTOMBED drummer and main songwriter Nicke Andersson [currently the frontman of rock 'n' roll band THE HELLACOPTERS]) on the following dates:

Oct. 26 - Karlstad, Sweden - Arena Nattklub
Oct. 27 - Oslo, Norway - Garage
Nov. 02 - Linköping, Sweden - Metal Massacre
Nov. 03 - Västerås, Sweden - Sigursgatan 25
Nov. 04 - Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser Slussen
Nov. 09 - Stockholm, Sweden - Tantogarden

An e-card for the second full-length album from VICIOUS ART has been made available at this location.

Due in Scandinavia on November 5 (early 2008 elsewhere), "Pick Up This Sick Child" was recorded at Offbeat studios in Jakobsberg, Sweden and was mastered in Denmark by Jacob Hansen. The album artwork was created by Kristian Karlberg.

"Pick Up This Sick Child" track listing:

01. Tombstone Grind
02. The Paulina Paw Paintings
03. Our Family Flesh
04. Murderer
05. We're Both Into Killing Me
06. Chewing Gunpowder
07. Evicting Dead Tenants
08. Dancing Münchausen
09. And Bent Down For Years
10. Chain Hooks Falling
11. The Topmost Violent God

Three video clips of VICIOUS ART performing at club Satin in Örebro, Sweden on March 17, 2007 have been posted online at YouTube. One of the clips can also be viewed below.

VICIOUS ART's debut album, "Fire Falls and the Waiting Waters", was released in October 2004 through Threeman Recordings in Europe (Candlelight Records in the U.S.).


Jocke Widfeldt (DOMINION CALIGULA) - Vocals
Matti Mäkelä (DARK FUNERAL) - Guitar
Tobbe Sillman (GUIDANCE OF SIN) - Guitar
Jörgen Sandström (ENTOMBED, GRAVE, KRUX, THE PROJECT HATE) - Bass and Vocals
Robert Lundin (DARK FUNERAL) - Drums


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