Sweden's BESEECH Is Back

December 19, 2013

After nearly a decade of silence, Swedish metal band BESEECH will return to the music scene in 2014.

About a year ago, Manne Engström (guitar),Robert Vintervind (guitar) and the former guitarist and songwriter Klas Bohlin (vocals),entered StudioMega / Fashionation Street in Varberg, Sweden, where all previous albums was recorded, to figure out the next era and return of BESEECH.

After spending some time recording and writing behind closed doors, BESEECH managed to come up with a worthy continuation to the critically acclaimed album "Souls Highway" (released by Napalm Records in 2002 and the last album with the main composers of the band Klas and Robert writing together). The result of the new recording got the classic BESEECH elements with a fresh, vintage-oriented sound.

With a new lineup, comes also a new sound. The new formation contains the three most creative members, Robert Vintervind (guitar),Manne Engström (guitar) and the founding member and songwriter Klas Bohlin (vocals). The new members are Johan Örnborg (bass),well-known producer at Fascination Street Studios; Angelina Sahlgren Söder (vocals) with experience from the world of theatre and musicals; and Håkan Carlsson (drums).

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