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Cadaver Complete New Recordings

Norwegian extreme metal veterans Cadaver have completed the recording of their new album with Norwegian producer Bjorn Boge (Mayhem, Arcturus, Borknagar, etc).

At the moment, the band (Neddo - guitars, Apollyon - vocals/bass, Agrezor - drums, Balvaz - guitars) are trying to decide what the title of the new album will be (According to Neddo, it's either going to be called Necroism or Necro As Fuck), and are now pursuing to shop the album around for a stable record deal (as the band and Earache have parted ways).

The tracklisting for the new Cadaver album is as follows:

'Odium', 'Decomposed Metal Skin', 'Awakening', 'Unholy Death', 'Evil Is Done', 'Goat Father', 'Necro As Fuck', 'The Etching Cleanser', and 'Heartoworm'.

The new release sees Cadaver going back to their death metal roots with a much rawer and more primitive offering, but still maintaining that twisted and punishing edge that was evident on 2001's Discipline release.

Guitarist Neddo gave BW&BK an exclusive insight on the new album... "When I listen to the new material there's a timeline in this material that has nothing to do with the Norwegian scene here in general. I think we had something going ten years ago which has its own path leading to where we're now. We have developed our own sound which can't be mistaken for anyone else, and the new album will definitely prove this.”

“We have been working with a producer this time, so the whole process has been different. Discipline did its job establishing us back on the scene again, but this time I wanted the band to sound as good as possible and at the same time keep the brutality. It is not possible for this band to sound ‘slick’, but the idea is not to be underground, just for the sake of it.”

“We have divided the songwriting between us more, so the material is more varied,” Neddo continues. “It's much stronger in all kinds of ways since the band now have a history of ups and downs behind us, that binds us more together as a unit. We thought we would have less fast parts on this album, but I think it's even more brutal.”

Source: BW&BK

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