FACE DOWN, the reunited Swedish outfit featuring former THE HAUNTED singer Marco Aro, have completed work on their new album, "The Will to Power", at Fear and Loathing studio (co-owned by MESHUGGAH and CLAWFINGER) in Spånga, Sweden with engineer/producer Jocke Skog (CLAWFINGER). "The final mixes came out sounding really heavy, and everything is going to sound even better after we've mastered it at Cutting Room later this month," the band write on their web site.
"We're really proud of the results, our songwriting and performance on this record just outclasses everything we've done in the past by miles... easily the best FACE DOWN record so far!
"We got 12 songs down (in 20 days time), and it looks like we're putting 10 songs on the regular CD version, and the other two will go on the digipak version as bonus tracks."
Tracks recorded for "The Will to Power" include (in no particular order):
01. Will to Power
03. The Unsung
04. Blood Tiles
06. The Delusion
09. War Hog
11. My Sacrifice
FACE DOWN's forthcoming album is expected to be released this fall through Sweden's Black Lodge Records.
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