VICIOUS ART: Three New Demo Songs Available For Streaming

Demo versions of three brand new songs from 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 — have been posted on the group's MySpace page. You can now stream the tracks "Shudder", "To Adore Silent Men" and "Chaos Confirmed" below.

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

Released in Scandinavia in November 2007 (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.

VICIOUS ART's debut album, "Fire Falls and the Waiting Waters", came out 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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