DESPITE: New Song Posted Online

DESPITE, the Swedish metal/hardcore band featuring former DECAMERON guitarist Alex Losbäck, has posted a new song entitled "Mind Plague" on the personal blog of Close-Up magazine writer Daniel Josefsson. It can also be streamed using the widget below. Guest vocals on the track (starting around the 2:24 mark) are supplied by Knut Agnred, a prominent singer from the very popular Swedish comedy group GALENSKAPARNA & AFTER SHAVE.

DESPITE was formed in 1998 by guitarist Fredrik Meister and bassist Timmy Leng in Angered, a suburb of Gothenburg, Sweden.

The group's current lineup is as follows:

Alex Losbäck - Vocals
Timmy Leng - Lead Guitar
John Lidén - Guitar
Fredrik Meister - Bass
Joseph Astorga - Drums

DESPITE has scheduled a release party at Henriksberg in Gothenburg on March 13.

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