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Illdisposed Reveal New Album Details

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Danish extreme metallers ILLDISPOSED have set "The Prestige" as the title of their 10th album, due on March 28 via AFM Records. The CD was mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with Fredrik Nordström and features cover artwork by Mattias Norén.

"The Prestige" track listing:

01. Let Go
02. The Tension
03. Weak Is Your God
04. Working Class Zero
05. A Song Of Myself
06. Like Cancer
07. Love Is Tasted Bitter
08. She Knows
09. A Child Is Missing
10. The Key To My Salvation
11. ...Your Devoted Slave
12. Ich Bin Verloren In Berlin

Commented guitarist Jakob Batten: "The new album is recorded differently compared to the previous two albums. We didn't really cut into the tracks while recording so nearly everything you'll hear is first takes. We want it all to sound more raw and alive this time. A lot of the new albums you hear these days are so tight and over-produced that it doesn't sound like humans playing anymore and in the long run you get tired of it — I think."

The band's last CD, "Burn Me Wicked", entered the Danish album chart at position No. 58 in June 2006. The follow-up to 2004's "1-800 Vindication" was recorded at ZigZound Studio during November/December 2005 with producer Ziggy and was mastered by Tue Madsen at Antfarm studio.

ILLDISPOSED will team up with fellow Danes URKRAFT and THE BURNING for the Danish Dynamite Vol. 2 tour in May 2008. The trek will hit Denmark, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. ILLDISPOSED is also planning on playing several shows in Russia (and possibly Finland) in March or April.

Source: Blabbermouth

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