In Mourning - New Album In The Works, Introduce New Members


Swedish progressive melodic death metallers In Mourning have introduced two new members. Having released their latest album Afterglow back in 2016, the group has introduced new blood: drummer Jocke Strandberg Nilsson (Wolves Within and Faithful Darkness) and bassist Tterrab Dys (Letters From The Colony). In Mourning has been working on new material for a while and their new fifth album is tentatively titled Epsilon.

Their latest update: "New blood! First off, we wanna thank all of our fans and followers. We are extremely happy to have such devoted fans and friends, our hats off to you. Thank you for all the support and keep on keeping on, as we say in Sweden. Special thanks as well to all of you who replied to our search to fill the drummers chair, you guys really rocked! BUT we can now happily announce that the chair has been filled and if you haven't heard from us yet, you are not the one. In Mourning will march toward 2019 with these two photogenic gentlemen.

"Tterrab on the electric bass guitar, he has already been with us for a year now and rhythm just flows in his veins. When he's not pounding the bass with us he is the main key and guitarist in Letters From The Colony. Our new friend Jocke Strandberg Nilsson will be handling the battery section from now on! He comes from Wolves within & Faithful Darkness and music just seem to ooze around this guy.
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Listen to a sneak peek of Jocke playing one of the new tunes on the band's Facebook page.

Source: facebook.com
Band profile: In Mourning
 
Posted: 23.09.2018 by BloodTears


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23.09.2018 - 16:12
Kuroboshi
Oh sweet. Have lately been getting more into their latest effort. It's going to be interesting to see how they evolve next.
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24.09.2018 - 16:41
MeatWolf
Afterglow was boring and uninspired, while The Weight of Oceans will forever remain one of the masterpieces of prog melodeath. Let's see where the road will take them this time.
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25.09.2018 - 01:08
CroneZone
Written by MeatWolf on 24.09.2018 at 16:41

Afterglow was boring and uninspired, while The Weight of Oceans will forever remain one of the masterpieces of prog melodeath. Let's see where the road will take them this time.


Their first three albums are all exceptional in my eyes. I have a nostalgic attachment to Shrouded Divine, even if it is a bit inconsistent, but I still think Monolith is their best work from start to finish.

I do have to agree that Afterglow was a bit of a letdown, hope they can find their unique tone again.
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25.09.2018 - 12:26
BloodTears
ANA-thema
I can't wait for this! The band has changed a lot in terms of its members and that does worry me.

Unlike some of you, I actually liked Afterglow (even if older albums were better). I have hope this will be good too.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29

Like you could kiss my ass.


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21.10.2018 - 14:23
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
So...Daniel Liljekvist left?
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21.10.2018 - 14:36
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
Afterglow was indeed a disappointment, however it wasn't a bad album. I think they've still got a few more masterpieces waiting to sprout. Let's wait and see!
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22.10.2018 - 21:30
tominator
At best deranged
I agree with Lekiwi. Afterglow was ok. Not amazing but not bad either. It was a small disappointment but that is because of their excellent previous work.

Really looking forward to their new album.
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