CARNAL FORGE, SUSPERIA, MEMFIS Music Available For Streaming
Candlelight Records USA has posted new songs from CARNAL FORGE, MEMFIS and SUSPERIA today to its official MySpace page. The songs are from upcoming albums due in the coming weeks from the label.
Due on May 22, "Testify For My Victims" is the label debut from Sweden's CARNAL FORGE. The album is already turning heads, many calling the record the band's strongest to date. "Godsend Gods End" is the fourth song from the CD. Also available at MySpace and Candlelight's official U.S. web site is the band's video for the song "Burning Eden".
"Breatheless" is from the debut album from Sweden's MEMFIS. A partnership release for America between Candlelight and new label Dental Records (Sweden), it is the lead track from "The Wind Up". Already very successful on European release, "The Wind Up" will see U.S. release on July 17. Also coming from Candlelight/Dental is the new album from grindcore favorits BIRDFLESH (due July 17).
"Cut From Stone" is the eagerly anticipated new album from Norway's SUSPERIA. Following the success of "Unlimited", the album is already finding much acclaim in Europe. "Lackluster Day" is but a sample of the strength of the album which is set for U.S. release on June 19.
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