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Feral Announces Split Album With Revel In Flesh

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Swedish death metal band Feral is proud to announce a split with German metal legion Revel In Flesh.

The "Deathkult" EP is limited to 500 copies and is being released by Joe Black Records in three different colors (black, gold and splatter). The EP features an unreleased track from Feral entitled “As the Feast Begins,” recorded in 2013 during the last studio session with original members Petter Nilsson (guitar) and Rickard Lundmark (drums).

Vocalist David Nilsson comments on the release: “This is a great premonition of Feral-material to come and we are thrilled to see it released in this format, Joe Black Records has really made sure that this will be a high quality release and nothing else. Also this is the first song that guitarist Markus Lindahl have brought to Feraland his song writing is superb addition to the band. Expect nothing else than pure and grooving death metal that will have you screaming for more!”

Check out a teaser trailer below. Feral has also announced an appearance at this year’s edition of the Sweden Rock Festival. David comments on the show:

“This year marks the 10 year anniversary of the first show me and Viktor (bass) played together with the band that would eventually evolve into FERAL when we were 15 and 17 years old. And what could be more fitting than to play one of the biggest festivals in Sweden to celebrate? To even be on the same bill as these other great bands is an honor. We will be bringing our best to the festival and make this a show to remember, that is for sure!”

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