As You Drown Streaming New Song "Your Loyal Betrayer" Online
GunShyAssassin.com is premiering the track "Your Loyal Betrayer" from Swedish extreme death metallers As You Drown’s forthcoming album "Rat King" (out 10/11 in North America). Check out "Your Loyal Betrayer" by heading over here.
The successor to the band's 2009 debut "Reflection," "Rat King" was recorded at the bands own AYD Studio in Borås and was mixed and mastered by Plec (Watain, Scar Symmetry, Miseration) at Panic Room Studio in Skövde in July 2011. Lyrically, the album explores the medieval German folk phenomena of rat kings, which were associated with plagues that devastated the European continent. The track listing is as follows:
2. Slaves To The Kingdom Of Fear
3. You Should Be Paranoid
4. Rabid Wolves In Sheep's Clothing
5. Your Loyal Betrayer
6. The Coming
7. The Nothing
8. Bleeding Structure
9. Cleansing Hands
Vocalist Henrik Blomqvist commented on the album "We are delighted to finally be finished with the recording of our second album, entitled Rat King, which will be out in October via Metal Blade. The album - mixed and mastered by Plec at Panic Room Studios - features artwork by Mark Riddick, as well as by Sven de Caluwe of the mighty Aborted and System Divide, and nine epic songs of skull crushing death metal mayhem and darkness. It feels like we've taken everything we do to a whole new level on this one, and we can't wait to get out on the road and play these songs live. This new material is Intense although at the same time a lot more varied and dynamic than what we've done in the past. Keep your eyes and ears open friends. Death! Destruction!! Goats!"
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