SKINEATER: 'Dismantled' Video Released
- Mar. 11, 2013
"Dismantled", the new video from Swedish death metallers SKINEATER, can be seen below. The clip was produced by Uppsala-based digital production company Oddville.
"Dismantled" comes off SKINEATER's debut album, "Dermal Harvest", which was released in North America on Febuary 19 (January 28 in Europe) via Pulverised Records.
According to a press release, the CD "showcases some of the most resilient veterans in the Swedish extreme scene, with past and present members from WOMBBATH, IN THY DREAMS, DARK FUNERAL, CARNAL FORGE, DEFLESHED, etc. The end result is an unstoppable skin-butcher unit literally flaying everything in its path! Never has death metal extremity been so well brewed with melodic darkness in a long time."
Recorded at various locations, mixed and mastered at Sweden's Studio Underground (CARNAL FORGE, STEEL ATTACK, FLESHCRAWL, NECRODEATH), and with the striking album artwork designed and conceptualized by Mathias Björkbacka, "Dermal Harvest" is without doubt a world-class audioviolence with sick torturous intent.
"Dermal Harvest" track listing:
01. He Was Murdered 02. Dismantling 03. Your Life Is Mine 04. Made Of Godsick 05. Through The Empire 06. Stab 07. Drifting 08. Thousand Dead Faces 09. Bring Them 10. Solitude Discord
SKINEATER in 2011 announced the addition of drummer Matte Modin (DARK FUNERAL, RAISED FIST, DEFLESHED, SPORTLOV) to the group's ranks.
Formed in late 2008, SKINEATER features scene veterans Håkan Stuvemark (ex-WOMBBATH, ex-IN THY DREAMS), Stefan Westerberg (ex-CARNAL FORGE, ex-IN THY DREAMS) and Jörgen Ström (THE MARY MAJOR).
Jörgen Ström - Vocals Håkan Stuvemark - Guitar Stefan Westerberg - Bass Matte Modin - Drums Kari Kainulainen - Lead Guitar
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