UNANGEL To Release 'Drunk On Hate' EP

January 15, 2014

Uppsala, Sweden-based death/thrash five-piece UNANGEL will release its new EP, "Drunk On Hate", on January 28. The effort consists of six high-quality metal tracks that will appeal to "fans of CARNAL FORGE, ARCH ENEMY and AT THE GATES," according to a press release.

"Drunk On Hate" sees UNANGEL pursuing a slightly different direction, as evidenced on the speedy "The Pain Grid", the brutally catchy "Shard" and the "Gothenburg-ish" "Total Meltdown". The song "Tre Dagar I Morker" ("Three Days In Darkness") even features Swedish lyrics from vocalist Oskar Norman Westin, who writes about the dark corners of the human mind on merry topics such as misanthropia, religion and sociopathism.

Main songwriter Christoffer Bertzell explains that the EP showcases the many faces of UNANGEL. "Extreme music today can sometimes be either all about speed or all about melody," he says. "We simply write songs that features the right amount of brutality or melody that we feel are required of the songs best interest."

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