GRANDEXIT To Release New Album In July

Long-running Swedish metaleads GRANDEXIT will release their new album, "The Dead Justifies The Means", on July 8 in Europe and July 23 in North America via Lifeforce Records. The CD was produced by David Castillo at Ghostward Studios (KATATONIA, BLOODBATH) and features "a mix of vibrant death metal and progressive rock," according to a press release. "Think MASTODON meets THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, or DISMEMBER meets SYSTEM OF A DOWN."

GRANDEXIT will support DECREPIT BIRTH and JUNGLE ROT for five dates in August in Europe. They will also take part in the Scandinavian Aggression tour that hits Sweden, Norway and Finland in September. Plans are being made for another European tour in October supporting some great bands

A track entitled "Judgement Of the Wicked" off "The Dead Justifies The Means" can be streamed below.


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