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Overdrive Post New Song Online

Swedish '80s metallers OVERDRIVE have posted a new track, entitled "Army Of Darkness", on their MySpace page. The song comes off the group's new album, "Let The Metal Do The Talking", which is scheduled for release in January 2008 on Lion Music. The group's first LP in 24 years was mixed at Sound Palace Studios with producer Johan Blomström (BLINDED COLONY, CALM, KAPTAIN SUN). The band's two previous studio albums — "Metal Attack" (1983) and "Swords And Axes" (1984) — were re-issued by High Vaultage in 2003.

Commented the band: "[Johan Blomström] captured the good old '80s essence of the band, but still provided freshness and power to the production. Old fans won't be disappointed and hopefully we'll find a new generation of fans, too."

OVERDRIVE's current lineup includes original members Janne Stark (guitar), Kjell Jacobsson (guitar), Kenth Ericsson (bass) and Kenta Svensson (drums) plus former UNCHAINED singer Per "Perilo" Karlsson, who joined the band when they reformed in 2004.

"Let The Metal Do The Talking" track listing (in no particular order):

01. Army Of Darkness
02. Fight To The Finish
03. Chasing Highways
04. Lodestar
05. Den of Iniquity
06. Trapped Under Ice
07. Deceived
08. Bring Me To Submission
09. Reincarnation
10. Gravy Train
11. Let The Metal Do The Talking
12. Sinister Warfare

The CD will also include a bonus — the video for "Back On The Hunt" (2006 version).

The album cover was created by Monowasp (TNT, DANTE FOX) and is said to follow "in the fine old OVERDRIVE tradition."

Source: Blabbermouth

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