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Adamantine Reveals New Album "Chaos Genesis" Details

Portugal's Adamantine will release the new album "Chaos Genesis" on April 3rd, 2012. Adamantine has been a hot topic in the band's home country being named by the biggest Portuguese Metal Magazine Loud! as the best “Unsigned Band” of 2010.

Recorded at Poison Apple Studios (Hills have Eyes, Before The Torn) between September and December and mastered by the renowned metal producer Tue Madsen (Moonspell, The Haunted, Dark Tranquillity) ”Chaos Genesis” delivers ten tracks of electrifying riffs, groundbreaking songs that will leave any metal fan pleased.

Adamantine's frontman has high aspirations for this record: “I hope a lot of people will enjoy this album, I really think we got it right, after five years of hard work and a lot of road, we managed to write a record that can symbolize what we are as a band and musicians. Its fresh and different, not just some thrash or extreme metal, it’s a combination of raw power and melodic that makes ADAMANTINE.

"We´re still proud of everything we did since 2006 establishing ourselves as one of the frist acts in the New Wave of Thrash Metal scene in Portugal. Now, we´re more mature and we surely need to evolve into something bigger of our own. I truly believe set the bar one step higher with this record. It´s a classic album, just like Metallica and Iron Maiden used to do."

The album's track listing is as follows:

01. Chaos Genesis
02. Mechanical Empire
03. Death Comes To Us All
04. ...Of Hatred And Immortality
05. Poisoning The Well
06. Generation Of Saviours
07. Dying God
08. Nocturne
09. The Age Of Golden Trees
10. As The World Dies

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