New FREYA Album 'Grim' To Feature SOILWORK's DIRK VERBEUREN; Teaser Available
March 11, 2016
A teaser for "Grim", the forthcoming album from FREYA, the Syracuse, New York-based band fronted by Karl Buechner (EARTH CRISIS, PATH OF RESISTANCE),is available below. The two-minute clip includes the new FREYA track "The Alchemist".
The drums on "Grim" were laid down by SOILWORK drummer Dirk Verbeuren.
FREYA's last album, "Paragon Of The Crucible", was released in November 2013 by Holy Mountain Music in America and Deadlight Entertaiment internationally. The cover artwork for the CD was conceived by guitarist Brendon Flynn.
FREYA has been crushing it out for fifteen years. Before the release of "Paragon Of The Crucible", they issued three full-length albums and a split with Victory Records.
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