GADGET Complete Work On New Album

Sweden's GADGET have completed recording their new album, "The Funeral March".

GADGET proudly carry the grindcore torch forward with "The Funeral March". More than a devout collection of blasting beats, sweltering guitars and real-world lyrics, "The Funeral March" incorporates sinister melodies and a keen sense of dynamics to an already explosive mix.

"The Funeral March" track listing:

01. Choked
02. Feed on Lies
03. Requiem
04. I Am
05. Tristessens Fort
06. H5N1
07. Day of the Vulture
08. God of Led
09. Everyday-Ritual
10. Vägen till Graven
11. Illusions of Peace
12. Black Light
13. Out of Pace
14. Let the Mayhem Begin
15. Bedragen
16. The Anchor
17. Tingens Förbannelse

"The Funeral March" is scheduled for a May 2 release date in North America (May 8 internationally). Photos taken by the band and crew during the recording session can be viewed at this location.


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