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DESCEND streaming tracks from upcoming album 'Wither'

The second album called ' Wither' ready released the 24th january 2014 through label 'Inverse Records'.   Swedish Progressive Deathmetaller ' Descend ' will offer eight songs is a mix of Progressive Melodic Deathmetal with harmonics riffs by adding a touch of acoustic.  To that end, ' Descend ' has just released a track titled ' In Hours Of Despair ' via streaming that  you can hear here.

'Wither' was recorded in the studio 'Legacy' in London for 2012.   And in the process of Mastering with ' Matt Hyde ' who also worked with bands such as 'Machine Head, Dååth, Kreator, Gallows'.   As for the Cover art of the album, ' Descend ' entrusted entirely to the designers 'Emil Maxén'.

Formed in 2003 in Stockholm, Sweden, carries the thrash metal style in the first time and over the turn of the new personnel who brought the feel of metal music is very wide and varied making the band released a demo entitled ' Broken Pieces ' in 2006.   Got a good reception from the metalhead, making ' Descend ' ventured to release their first mini album titled ' The Reckoning ' in 2009.

After making a few songs that are inherent in the ears of fans, creating a record label named ' Supernova Records ' gives the opportunity to ' Descend ' to release their debut album titled ' Through the Eyes Of The Burdened ' by 2011.

Making music is a very dynamic, Varied with touches of brilliant and a mix of interesting by incorporating elements of acoustic and Techniqal is character and typical of the band's arguably very solid.

Track List:
01. Confined By Evil
02. The Rancorous Paradigm
03. In Hours Of Despair
04. Severance
05. Wither
06. Diabolic
07. From Grace To Grave
08. Sundown

Line up 2013
Nima Farhadian Langroudi – Vocals
Andreas Lindström – Guitar
Alex Wijkman – Guitar
Justin Biggs – Bass
Jonathan Persson - Drums

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