DEATHCHAIN: 'Cult Of Death' Enters Finnish Chart At No. 17

Finnish death/thrash metallers DEATHCHAIN have entered the album chart in their home country at position No. 17 with their third effort, "Cult of Death" (Dynamic Arts Records). View the chart at this location. A video for the song "Pit of the Possessed", taken from the CD, has been posted at YouTube.

DEATHCHAIN recently parted ways with singer Rotten and replaced him with K.J. Khaos.

Dynamic Arts Records released DEATHCHAIN's previous albums "Deadmeat Disciples" (2003) and "Deathrash Assault" (2005). During November and December 2005, DEATHCHAIN travelled through 13 countries and did 25 shows alongside DESTRUCTION and CANDLEMASS.

DEATHCHAIN's last CD, "Deathrash Assault", entered the official Finnish chart at position No. 18.

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