DISMEMBER: New Album Will Be 'More Aggressive Than Ever'

January 24, 2003

Swedish death metallers DISMEMBER are holed up at Stockholm's Sami studio recording their new album, "Where Ironcrosses Grow", for a September release through Hammerheart Records.

The follow-up to 2000's "Hate Campaign", which is being produced by drummer Fred Estby, will include the following tracks, among others: "Tragedy Of The Faitful", "Sword Of Light" and title cut, "Where Ironcrosses Grow". According to Estby, the new material will be "darker, a little less melodic and more aggressive than ever." Lyrically, vocalist Matti Karki "is headed even more in the direction of describing war at its ugliest, stories about sick minds creating sick situations and loads of religious criticism."

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