CADAVER Set U.S. Release Date For 'Necrosis'

Norwegian technical death metallers CADAVER have set an April 20 U.S. release date through Candlelight Records for their fourth full-length album, "Necrosis".

Formed in 1989, CADAVER released two albums ("Hallucinating Anxiety" and "In Pains") before disbanding in 1993. Reformed (and renamed CADAVER INC.) in 1999, the band issued their third album, "Discipline", in 2001 and toured the U.S. with MORBID ANGEL.

Dropping "Inc." from their name, CADAVER are slated to take part in Candlelight's first-ever showcase tour (currently planned to include ZYKLON and KHOLD). This European run could see U.S. dates for the fall.

"Necrosis" track listing:

01. Necro as Fuck
02. Decomposed Meal Skin
03. Evil is Done
04. Odium
05. Awakening
06. Goat Father
07. Unholy Death
08. The Etching
09. Cleanser
10. Heartworm


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