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Kalmah Streaming Full New "Seventh Swamphony" Album

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Celebrate your Friday with a hearty dose of "Seventh Swamphony," the impending new full-length from Finnish death metal instigators Kalmah, currently streaming in its entirety via Revolver Magazine. Check it out here or in the player below.

Recorded at Tico-Tico Studios in Kemi, Finland, the follow-up to 2010’s "12 Gauge" release was mixed and mastered at Sweden’s Fascination Street Studios by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Soilwork, Paradise Lost, et al).

"Seventh Swamphony" will be released in North America via Spinefarm Records digitally on June 18th, 2013 and on CD June 25th, 2013.

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1. Mr. Bigglesworth writes:

The music has progressed, but the vocals haven't. Overall, it was enjoyable.

Now, I'm waiting to read the post from that same moron that always praises Kalmah for being so much better than Children of Bodom.

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2. Spaghetti_Motel writes:

Well thats probably because they are a lot better than Children Of Bodom. This album kicks the sh** out of Halo Of Blood, thats a fact.

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3. Meowchu writes:

Alexi Laiho's vocals have been absolute garbage since HCDR

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4. noone writes:

# 3, I love how opinions can so conveniently be made into facts. Neat.

In either case, I rather like this new Kalmah album, as I have not cared much for the others. Both Kalmah and CoB display differents spectrums of Symph/Mel Death... (I aint gonna debate their genre)

Comparing Kalmah's new album to CoB's new album is like saying Mozzarella ain't Cheddar... srsly?

I've always found Kalmah's vocals to be sub-par and the music could have better production. CoB has mostly had crisp prod. but less than inspirational lyrics and a serious lack of imagination on the Blooddrunk and RRF. I find they've rather picked it back up with this new Halo of Blood.

Sure, on Kalmah's and CoB's new album they're a few fillers, but as far as both sides go, I give em' the green light.

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