BESEECH Announce New Album Title

Swedish "gothic metallers" BESEECH have set "Sunless Days" as the title of their fifth studio album, tentatively due late summer through Napalm Records. The follow-up to last year's "Drama" is being recorded at StudioMega in Varberg, Sweden and is set to include the following tracks, among others: "Everytime I Die", "Last Obsession" and "A Bittersweet Tragedy".

BESEECH will make their next live appearance on March 26 at Club: 7:e Himlen in BorĂ¥s, Sweden. Also scheduled to appear is the famous Swedish horror poet and musician IODINIE JUPITER plus one band more that will be announced soon.


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