SLUMBER: New Song Preview Available

Swedish melodic doom/death metallers SLUMBER have posted an audio preview of a new track called "Skylight", to be included on the band's forthcoming album, "Resonance". Check it out at this location.

SLUMBER will record "Resonance" between October 5 and November 15 at Panic Room Studios in Skara. An early 2010 release is expected.

The band's new lineup is as follows:

Ehsan Kalantarpour - Vocals, Synth
Jari Lindholm - Guitar
Siavosh Bigonah - Bass, Growl
Markus Hill - Guitar
Ted Larsson - Drums
Mikael Brunqvist - Live Third Guitarist And Percussionist

The CD will also include appearances by Ida Sundquvist, Lina Svärd and the Vinköl choir.

SLUMBER's debut album, "Fallout", was released in 2004 via Karmageddon/New Aeon Media.

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