PICA FIERCE: Debut Album Available For Free Download

October 3, 2008

Norwegian thrash/death metal band PICA FIERCE has made its self-titled debut album available for free download at this location.

"Swan Song", the new video from PICA FIERCE, can be viewed below. The clip was shot in a German bunker from the World War II, located near the city of Kristiansund in the northwest of Norway. Guitarist Kjetil Dyrnes describes it as "a beautiful but heavy song" and says that the band has "visually managed to capture the mood of the song."

"Swan Song" comes off PICA FIERCE's self-titled debut album, which was mixed at Fascination Street Studios (OPETH, KATATONIA, PAIN OF SALVATION etc.) in Sweden. The LP was released in Norway in November 2007.

PICA FIERCE won the "Norwegian Wacken Metal Battle" in May 2008. The competition was held in Trondheim and featured five of the most promising bands in the Norwegian metal scene today. The winner's prize was a slot at this year's Wacken Open Air festival, which was held July 31 - August 2 in Wacken, Germany.

For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.

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