New MOURNING CARESS Album To Feature Guest Appearance By DARK TRANQUILLITY Frontman

July 26, 2011

Mnster, Germany-based melodic death metallers MOURNING CARESS have inked a deal with MDD Records for the release of their third album,. Tentatively due in early November, the CD was mastered by Ulf Horbelt at DMS in Marl, Germany and features cover art by Bjrn Goosses of Killustrations.

"Deep Wounds, Bright Scars" contains nine tracks plus a cover of the SCORPIONS classic "Blackout" as a bonus track. According to the band, "Some tunes are the heaviest and fastest in the history of MOURNING CARESS, some groove like shit and all of them will enchant you with beautiful melodies. The vocals still sound frustrated, fragile and full of despair. This well-known combination will surely please all fans of [previous MOURNING CARESS albums] 'Imbalance' and 'Inner Exile'."

A new MOURNING CARESS track entitled "Panic" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

Another new song, "Wastelands Within", will be made available in September. The band says, "It's a very special one for us, since it features guest vocals by the mighty Mikael Stanne from DARK TRANQUILLITY."


Gerrit Mohr - Vocals
Dominik Schlter - Drums
Florian Albers - Guitar
Wolfgang Sander - Guitar
Daniel Busche - Bass

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