Swedish death metalers VOLTURYON will release their sophomore album, "Coordinated Mutilation", in February via United Guttural Records. The CD contains 10 tracks recorded at Black Lounge and Abyss studios by Jonas Kjellgren (CARNAL FORGE, SCAR SYMMETRY, CENTINEX) and features "gruesome" artwork and layout by Lukasz Jaszak ("Lords Of Chaos" book, BLOOD RED THRONE, WITCHMASTER). The music on the disc is described in a press release as "aggressive-yet-technical death metal with thrash elements. Straight-forward and well-played. 'Coordinated Mutilation' is one solid-structured song after the next with cool riffs, solos, intensely growled vocals and a tight rhythm section."

VOLTURYON's previous album, "Blood Cure", was released in 2008 through Obscure Domain Productions. Since then VOLTURYON has played a number of high-profile shows, including the Sweden Rock Festival where the band performed alongside AT THE GATES and CARCASS, among others.

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


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