THE NO-MADS To Release 'The Age Of Demise' In June

Polish thrashers THE NO-MADS will release their long-awaited third album, "The Age Of Demise", on June 6. According to a press release, the CD is "a must for fans of HOLY MOSES and aggressivenes of ARCH ENEMY. Music of THE NO-MADS is nuclear power that burns everything on its way to the ground! The sound of 'The Age Of Demise' kills with Tom Zalewski's (HORRORSCOPE, TOTEM, ROOTWATER, COMA) excellent production. Almost 40 minutes of pure fury and energy that will rip your head off and remind you the best achievements of DESTRUCTION, SODOM and KREATOR. Little bit of technology will satisfy fans of MEKONG DELTA and SADUS."

"The Age Of Demise" will contain a bonus DVD featuring a full show recorded at the Thrash Attack festival, music videos, an interview and "making-of ..." footage.


Sylwia "Alkoholady" Papierska - Vocals
Przemek Latacz - Guitars
Damian "Oskar" Roskosz - Drums
Jozef Brodzinski - Bass

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