SUPREME PAIN: New Song Posted Online

March 10, 2009

Dutch brutal death metal band SUPREME PAIN has posted a new song, "The Unholy Throne", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's second full-length album, "Nemesis Enforcer", which was recorded at Soundlodge Studio in Germany with producer Jorg Uken (SINISTER, DEW-SCENTED, OBSCENITY, GOD DETHRONED). A tentative late spring/early summer release via Metal Age Productions from Slovakia is expected.

Commented the band: "After the mastering, we decided to add an extra title to the tracklist. The musical intro is now the first track called 'Darkening Age Rise'. It was first meant as only intro, but we made it a seperate track because it fits better with the concept of the CD. Although 'Nemesis Enforcer' is not a concept album, it just turned out that all the lyrics are all somehow connected and deal with the same topic: downfall of mankind and civilisation."

"Nemesis Enforcer" final track listging:

01. Darkening Age Rise
02. Vengeful Wrath
03. Legacy Of Chaos
04. The Unholy Throne
05. Threshold Of Immortality
06. To Serve In Slavery
07. Lobotomy Of The Soul
08. Goddess Of Divine Retribution
09. Nemesis Enforcer

The cover artwork was created by Mottla Art from Austria and can be viewed below.

SUPREME PAIN will perform at this year's edition of the Obscene Extreme festival on Saturday, July 18 in Svojšice (near Pardubice),Czech Republic.

SUPREME PAIN last year announced the addition of bassist Tadej Cholewa (SCAFFOLD) and drummer Toep Duin (PUTREFIED, BLASTCORPS) to the group's ranks.

SUPREME PAIN's current lineup is:

Aad Kloosterwaard - Vocals
Erwin Harreman - Guitars
Bas Brussaard - Guitars
Tadej Cholewa - Bass
Toep Duin - Drums

SUPREME PAIN's debut album, "Cadaver Pleasures", was released in April 2008 via the U.S. label Comatose Music. The drums for the CD were recorded at the Negligence Sound Studio in Slovenia, guitars and vocals at the Garden Shed Of Horror in The Netherlands. Mixing took place at Excess Studio in The Netherlands by Chris van der Valk and the album was mastered by Bob Moore at the Sound Lab Studios in the U.S.

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

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