Danish death metallers CROCELL will release their third album, "Come Forth Plague", in June via Metal Hell Records. The CD was recorded at Death Island Studios in Nykøbing Mors with producer Marco Angioni.
Like on the two previous albums the cover is based on a painting, this time created by the tattooist Odin Roar Uldall. The cover artwork can be seen here:
"Come Forth Plague" is the first CROCELL album with Asbjørn Steffensen (MORDAX) behind the microphone, and it comprises 40 minutes of raw death metal in the form of the following tracks:
01. Perfidious Ceremony
02. The Dark I Will Inhale
03. Trembling Realms
04. Teachings of Terror, Doctrines of Death
05. My Path of Heresy
06. Seven Thrones
07. Servants of Light
08. Scars of Red
09. Come Forth Plague
The song "The Dark I Will Inhale" can be streamed using the ReverbNation widget below.
Regarding Steffensen's addition to CROCELL, the band's guitarist, Tommy Christensen, previously said: "A number of skilled vocalists auditioned, but when Asbjørn visited, we knew straight away that we had found our new guy. Asbjørn could already sing most of the songs perfectly and together CROCELL sound better than ever before."
CROCELL's second album, "The Wretched Eidola", was released in May 2011 via Ultimhate Records.
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