THE DUSKFALL: 'The Dying Wonders Of The World' To Receive U.S. Release

Swedish metallers THE DUSKFALL will have their fourth CD, "The Dying Wonders of the World", released in the U.S. on August 12 via Locomotive Records. The CD, which came out in Europe last October via Massacre, was recorded at Uppsala, Sweden's Dug-Out Studios (drums, vocals and the mix) by Daniel Bergstrand (IN FLAMES, DEFLESHED, DARK FUNERAL, BEHEMOTH, SOILWORK) and Promile Studios (guitars and bass) by Michael Hahne. It was mastered by Achim Köhler at Indiscreet Audio in Germany. Check out the cover artwork at this location.

"The Dying Wonders of the World" track listing:

01. Paradises into Deserts
02. The Wheel and the Blacklight
03. Deep in Your World
04. Some More Sin on My Burden
05. Shadows and Cancer
06. Bring Us Your Infected
07. The Option and The Poison
08. Sealed with a Fist
09. I've Only Got Knives for You

THE DUSKFALL performing "The Wheel and the Blacklight" live in Tampere, Finland:

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