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Erupted Streaming Track From Upcoming Album

Up and coming Swedish death dealers Erupted are wrapping up work on their forthcoming debut full-length for Abyss Records. Titled "In the Grip of Chaos," the album is slated for release later this year. The track "That Which Is Denied Gains Power," one of eight new songs on the release, is streaming below. The band commented:

During the last months of 2011 until April of 2012 we have been doing recordings for our upcoming album. We haven't had a lot of time to play live, socialize, or even drink beer. But now, more than half a year after it was started, our album is on the finishing stretch and we can proudly present one of the tracks.

This album is going to consist of both new and old tracks, some of which our longtime listeners might remember from live shows or earlier recordings. We are currently looking for shows for our summer and hopefully we will be out showcasing our new material a lot, so keep an eye out for live videos and recordings to get sneak previews of more songs!

The whole studio experience has been special because both bass and drums were recorded on an analog tape recorder, which meant a lot of retakes, but we hope that some of the 'live' feeling got recorded on there as well. Besides that the recording experience has been good. All the mixing and mastering was done at Kloster Productions by Robin 'Rojne' Svensson, the same guy that mixed Faces of Death

Below is the tracklisting and cover art for "In the Grip of Chaos," which includes two songs from the 2010 release "Faces of Death" (denoted by asterix). The new track, "That Which is Denied Gains Power," follows.

Salvation From Below
In the Grip of Chaos
Dark Mistress
Path of Perdition
Death of A Depraved Mind
Blazing Fall of Heaven
That Which Is Denied Gains Power
Born of Hate
Hell Recreated*
Faces of Death*


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