ANOTHER LIFE: 'The End Of Days' Video Available

Swedish progressive metal outfit ANOTHER LIFE, the brainchild of RIBSPREADER/PAGANIZER guitar player Andreas "Dea" Karlsson, will release its debut album, "Memories from Nothing", on November 10 via Vic Records.

"Memories from Nothing" was mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound Records. Morevoer, all synth parts were written and recorded by ex-member Dan Swanö (BLOODBATH, EDGE OF SANITY).

The track listing is as follows:

01. Falling Apart
02. The End Of Days
03. The Last Goodbye
04. Firstborn Unicorn
05. Cotton Pines
06. Everlasting
07. I Am Nothing
08. The Everflow
09. Poltava

The album will be released with a bonus disc featuring all of ANOTHER LIFE's demos and three newly recorded acoustic tracks:

01. Empire
02. Tree Of Existence
03. Concealed By Fright
04. Reflections
05. Cotton Pines
06. Lifetime
07. Time
08. Standing Pale
09. Tree Of Existence (unicorn version)

ANOTHER LIFE's video for the song "The End Of Days" can be viewed below.

(Thanks: KingOvFrost)


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