DEATHBOUND: 'Doomsday Comfort' Video Posted Online
Finnish/Swedish grinding death metal act DEATHBOUND, featuring members of ...AND OCEANS, THE DUSKFALL and ROTTEN SOUND, have uploaded their video for the song "Doomsday Comfort" at this location (Windows Media). The track is the title cut of the band's sophomore album, available now on Dynamic Arts Records. The CD was recorded at Soundlab Studios in Örebro, Sweden and is the follow-up to "To Cure the Sane with Insanity", which came out in 2003 on Woodcut Records.
In other news, DEATHBOUND have parted ways with bassist Mika Aalto (a.k.a. Q of ROTTEN SOUND) due to "lack of time and an addition to the family," according to a press release. A replacement has already been found.
Also on the DEATHBOUND-related front, Dynamic Arts Records will release a split 7" single with DEATHBOUND and DEATHCHAIN in the beginning of 2006. The same label will also re-release DEATHBOUND's debut album, "To Cure the Sane with Insanity", featuring bonus material. A European tour is tentatively planned for March. More information will be made available soon.
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