NECROPHOBIC: 'Hrimthursum' To Receive U.S. Release In August
Candlelight Records has set an August 22 North American release date for the fifth album from Sweden's NECROPHOBIC, entitled "Hrimthursum". The follow-up to 2002's "Bloodhymns" was recorded at the House of Voodoo Studio with engineers Anders Bentell and Fredrik Folkare (guitarist and producer of UNLEASHED) and was mastered at Tailor Maid Production in Stockholm with Peter In de Betou.
As previously reported, NECROPHOBIC's video for the song "Blinded By Light, Enlightened By Darkness", taken from "Hrimthursum", has been posted online at this location (Windows Media). Another album cut, "I Strike with Wrath", is available for listening here.
NECROPHOBIC have been confirmed for the Mälarrocken festival, set to take place June 30 – July 2 in Västerås, Sweden. Also scheduled to appear are EVERGREY. More information is available at www.malarrocken.se.
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