VOMITORY Complete Work On 'Primal Massacre'

Swedish death metallers VOMITORY have completed work on their fifth album, "Primal Massacre", due on April 19 through Metal Blade Records.

The follow-up to 2002's "Blood Rapture" was recorded at Studio Kuling in Örebro, Sweden with producer Henrik Larsson and was mixed at Berno Studio. The album includes 10 songs of "brutal, non-compromising death metal." The artwork for the album was provided by Juan Jose Castellano and "it's the most brutal artwork VOMITORY [have] used so far," according to an official press release.

"Primal Massacre" final track listing:

01. Primal Massacre
02. Gore Apocalypse
03. Stray Bullet Kill
04. Epidemic (Created To Kill)
05. Demons Divine
06. Autopsy Extravaganza
07. Retaliation
08. Condemned By Pride
09. Cursed Revelations
10. Chainsaw Surgery

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