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Below is our complete Death Maze news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Sweden's Death Maze, which recently recruited new bassist Sofie Palsson, has checked in with the following brief update about streaming songs online from the band's new EP:
"EP release in a minute! The Death Maze Ep will start it's release at 00.00, every other minute a new song will appear on your myspace from there on, the EP is 9 songs long!"
Sweden's Death Maze has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new bassist and finalizing the band's lineup:
"Death Maze now announces it's new line-up! Sofie Pålsson will be the new bass player and Max Malmer former bassist will take the role as guitarist! We welcome to Sofie Pålsson as Death Maze new member!"
You can also check out Death Maze's music by heading over to the band's official MySpace page.
Bassist Max Malmer of Sweden's Death Maze has checked in with the following update about posting a new EP teaser online:
"Hey! Just back to say that we now got a new EP teaser that's instrumental up on our myspace, be sure to check it out and our newest studio diary episode. Enjoy!"
Bassist Max Malmer of Sweden's Death Maze has issued the following brief update about the band beginning the recording process for a debut full-lenth album:
"Recordings! Hey! Tomorrow the recording of our first album will start, a first studio diary episode will soon be released and the album is due for the 3rd of March!"
In the meantime, you can also hear sample Death Maze songs available for streaming at this location.
Swedish act Death Maze has posted two videos online of drummer Willie Sjöberg performing the songs "Where Odium Grows" and "A Triumph of Wrath." The clips can be viewed below.
Sweden’s INEVITABLE END has completed work on their second full-length album entitled "The Oculus." INEVITABLE END recorded "The Oculus" at HoBoRec Studio in Huskvarna, Sweden with producer Ulf Blomberg. Song titles from the album include “Tell Us, Parasites,” “Dogmaties Paralies,” “While Surpassing Ether,” “Chamber of Apathy,” and “Cadaver Inc.” The follow-up to 2009’s "The Severed Inception" is expected to see an early 2011 release date.
INEVTIABLE END vocalist Andreas Gerden comments on the new album, “It's been great working with the new material and we're really satisfied with the sound Ulf has given it, it feels massive and maybe even more intense than our debut at points. We've allowed ourselves to experiment quite a bit this time around and combined a lot of different elements ranging from post-metal and doom to grindcore, and also mixing in some new, exciting instruments into our sound.”
INEVITABLE END has also confirmed the following shows:
11/05 - Boras, Sweden - Puls - w/ Evocation, As You Drown
11/12 - Gothenberg, Sweden - Sticky Fingers - w/ Moloken, Shiftlight
12/11 - Julslakten, Sweden - Kulturens Hus - w/ October Tide, Death Maze, Murdermarket
Sweden's Death Maze has issued the following announcement about parting ways with guitarist Alexandra Trzoska:
"Alexandra has left the band. Alex has moved from Umeå to stockholm and she also felt that her time in Death Maze was done. Which feels kinda strange considering that we have been playing together since the very start. We really appreciate her time in Death Maze and the fun journey we have shared with her."
You can also check out sample Death Maze songs via the band's MySpace profile.
Bassist Max Malmer of Sweden's Death Maze has checked in with the following update about the band's activity:
"Another general update! First of all, if you are in the Umeå area tomorrow we have a gig at scharinska opening for helltrain. The gig starts at 21.00 so be sure to not miss it. In other band related news we got our new t-shirts for sale at burmans in umeå but you will also soon be able to purchase them at our online store.
"And then I'm also going to pronounce that we soon will start the recording of our debut album as soon as we can! It will probably be released sometime early next year. And maybe if you are lucky we might just release an single before that. And a message for you Death Maze fans who have a Death Maze t-shirt, it would be cool if you sent us pictures of you wearing you Death Maze t-shirt!"
Bassist Max Malmer of Swedish death metal act Death Maze has issued the following brief update about streaming a new promo titled "Beyond Life" via Spotify: "Hey! Our promo is now up on spotify for all you spotify listeners. Death Maze – Beyond Life - Promo Hope you enjoy it!" The promo can be heard at this location. Death Maze is also set to appear at Sweden's Ume festival on May 22nd, 2010.
Sweden's Death Maze is currently streaming two new songs online from the band's latest unnamed promo EP. The songs "Where Odium Grows" and "Beyond Life" can now be heard at the official Death Maze MySpace page.
Death Maze also has the following upcoming tour dates:
4/17 2010 Klubben - Fryshuset Stockholm, Stockholms län
5/14 2010 Moshapocalypse - Teen Dream Göteborg, Västra Götalands län
5/22 2010 Ume-Metal Open Air Umeå,