Graveworm - New Album Details Announced

Fragments Of Death, the new upcoming album from Italian symphonic black metal band Graveworm will be released on October 21th via Nuclear Blast Records.

The follow-up to 2009's Diabolical Figures was recorded in July at the Dream Sound Studios in Munich, Germany and was mastered by Jan Vacik.

According to a press release, the songs are about the death in its thousand faces, which is also reflected in the album title and cover art. Musically, the album can be seen as a mixture of the best of the last four records, with some old-school roots and definitive darker than its predecessors.

Frontman Stephano Fiori commented as follows: "We are very exited about our new album. It was a really hard work we have done but now we are happy with the result, and we cannot wait to play the songs live for our fans."

Fragments Of Death tracklist:

01. Insomnia
02. Only Death In Our Wake
03. Absence Of Faith
04. Living Nightmare
05. The World Will Die In Flames
06. Anxiety
07. See No Future
08. The Prophecy
09. Remembrance
10. Old Forgotten Song
11. Where Angels Do Not Fly
12. Awake [bonus]

Band profile: Graveworm
Posted: 01.09.2011 by Cynic Metalhead


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01.09.2011 - 17:19
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SWEET!! Can't wait for this
01.09.2011 - 18:29
Sounds good.
01.09.2011 - 20:42
No cover of a non-metal song of this album then?

always looked forward to finding out what it was on albums previous.
01.09.2011 - 21:35
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This is one of my most anticipated releases this year. Really cool cover art!
02.09.2011 - 11:56
Behdad K
Can't wait to listen to this album.
The lyrical theme is awesome.
I'm not really into reading lyrics, just in a few cases, but this one is among those I will read the lyrics.
As tyranny becomes normality;
We hang at the end of the rope.
03.09.2011 - 02:20
Black Conundrum
That sounds like an interesting album. I recently started listening to this band; I'll look forward to this.
04.09.2011 - 04:03
Dark Blood
The Avenger
I haven't listened to them since Collateral Defect. Not for lack of interest though, just because been into other stuff. But I intend to give this one a try.
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