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Dawnbringer Complete Work On New Album

Ten years after the release of its debut EP, "Sacrament", the Pennsylvania-based metal obscurity DAWNBRINGER has completed its third full-length album. Entitled "In Sickness and In Dreams", the album is scheduled for a July release via Battle Kommand Records. An MP3 of the song "There and Back" is available at this location.

The new album is said to be a culmination of the wild and unconventional metal style found on the band's previous releases, combining a taste for modern speed with the melodic aspects of early U.S. and British metal. The album was written and produced by Chris Black (also a member of PHARAOH and SUPERCHRIST), who also handled the drums, bass, vocals, and keyboards during the recordings.

Joining "Professor" Black on the album are longtime DAWNBRINGER guitarist Scott Hoffman and, as a special guest, PHARAOH guitarist Matt Johnsen. The album's confronting cover was photographed by Chicago-based fashion/fetish photographer Caesar Cole.

"In Sickness and In Dreams" ends a five-year silence since the previous DAWNBRINGER album ("Catharsis Instinct") and promises to cement the group's status as the preferred alternative to a saturated "extreme metal" underground.

"In Sickness and In Dreams" final tracklist:

01. Scream and Run
02. Anomie
03. Hell is a Desert
04. There and Back
05. Under No Flag
06. You Get Nothing
07. 11:58
08. Midnight
09. Attack of the Spiders
10. The Snitch
11. End of Earth
12. Death in Time
13. Endless Guilt
14. No Answer

Source: Blabbermouth

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