January 12, 2007

Swedish thrashers CARNAL FORGE have inked a new worldwide deal with Candlelight Records. The band is currently recording a new album at its own studio for a mid-2007 release. 13 songs are being laid down for the follow-up to 2004's "Aren't You Dead Yet?", including "Godsend Gods End", "Hate Junkie", "Ante Mori", "End Game", "Testify For My Victims", "Biological Waste Matter", "Questions Pertaining The Ownership Of My Mind", "Subhuman", "Forever Guilt", "Burning Eden" and "The Dead".

CARNAL FORGE's upcoming CD will be the group's first with singer Jens C. Mortensen (LEECH, REVOLVER, SLAPDASH),who replaced Jonas Kjellgren in 2004.

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