WINTERBORN: Debut Album Samples Posted Online

WINTERBORN, the self-proclaimed "coldest Finnish heavy metal band," have completed work on their debut album, which was produced at Studio 57 in Alaveteli, Finland by the band's guitarist Pasi Vapola, mixed by Vapola and Pasi Kauppinen (REQUIEM, SILENT VOICES, MENTAL CARE FOUNDATION) and mastered by Björn Engelmann (IN FLAMES, RAMMSTEIN, SOILWORK, WITHIN TEMPTATION) in Stockholm, Sweden. The band, who are said to be negotiating with "several record companies" for the album's release, have uploaded samples of four cuts from the as-yet-untitled CD at their official web site. Check out the songs "Last Train to Hell", "The Real Me", "On the Edge of Eternity" and "The King and the God" at this location.


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