DAGOBA: New Album To Be Streamed In Its Entirety

"Face the Colossus", the third album from the French metal band DAGOBA, will be available for streaming in its entirety on the group's MySpace page between October 3 and October 6. Due in Europe on October 10 and in North America on October 14 via Season Of Mist, the CD was mixed by Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HATESPHERE, MNEMIC) at Antfarm studios in Århus, Denmark.

Two songs from the CD — the title track and "Back from Life" — are now available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

"Face the Colossus" track listing:

01. Abyssal
02. Face the Colossus
03. Back from Life
04. Somebody Died Tonight
05. The World in Between
06. Transylvania
07. Orphan of You
08. The Nightfall and all its Mistakes
09. Silence
10. The Crash
11. Sudden Death

Tue Madsen previously worked with DAGOBA on the band's sophomore album, "What Hell Is About…", which was released in February 2006 via Season of Mist. That CD featured a guest appearance on two songs by DIMMU BORGIR bassist/ARCTURUS frontman Simen Hestnaes (a.k.a. ICS Vortex, ex-BORKNAGAR, LAMENTED SOULS).


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