KRUGER: New Album To Receive North American Release In July

April 23, 2010

"For Death, Glory And The End Of The World", the fourth album from Swiss noise-mongers KRUGER, will be released in North America on July 13 via Listenable Records. The CD was recorded at Déclanché studio in Yverdon, Switzerland and was mixed at Godcity studios in Salem, Massachusetts by Kurt Ballou (DISFEAR, COLISEUM, GENGHIS TRON) between November 28 and December 4. The track "Muscle" features a guest appearance by Joseph Duplantier of French progressive metallers GOJIRA.

The "For Death, Glory And The End Of The World" artwork can be seen below. The band states, "Connoisseurs and art students will unmask the shameful theft of Jérôme Bosch' 'Jardin des délices', which fits the heaviness epic character of this new piece pretty well."

KRUGER's third album "Redemption through Looseness" was mixed at Godcity by Kurt Ballou and was mastered by Alan Douches (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, NILE, MASTODON). It was released in 2007 in Europe and North America via Listenable Records.

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