Heavy Blog Is Heavy premieres new track of death metal masters PAGANIZER

Paganizer have honed their sound which is evident listening to their latest album. It’s sharper, tighter and definitely more mature, providing more variations than before. The track premiered by Heavy Blog Is Heavy AT THIS LINK is a perfect example of that – it showcases the melodic prowess of the band and is just a stunning, unforgettable track –

“The band is firing on all cylinders here, churning out catchy riffs that establish themselves without ever overstaying their welcome. It also displays Rogga Johansson’s masterful approach to tempo, as the track feels appropriately propulsive without missing out on the hefty gut punch inherent in the best death metal. It’s another incredible track from one of Swedish death metal’s least sung heroes

– “virtual masterpiece of the genre” – Head-Banger Reviews (US)

– “you won’t regret it” – Kronos Mortus (Hungary) 10/10

– “crusty, lumbering riffs and filthy guttural growls” – Decibel Magazine (US)

– “an absolute monster of an album that just keeps on giving” – Two Guys Metal Reviews (US)

– “the best of Swedish death so far this year” – Dargedik Webzine (Peru)

– “will challenge year’s end best top lists” – Metal Bite (US) 8.5/10

– “this album is stunning” – Musipedia of Metal (UK) 9/10

– “your head will be thoroughly caved-in” – Toilet ov Hell (US)

– “definitely the heaviest one the band has EVER released” – The Metal Wanderlust (US) 4/5

– “Once again, Paganizer has left me weak in the knees.” – No Clean Singing (US)

– “An intimidatingly crushing release from the new Swedish masters” – Nattskog (UK)

– “high-quality “Swedeath” – VM Underground (Netherlands)

– “Any fan of the genre will love this record” – Metal Temple (Greece)

Paganizer (Sweden) – The Tower of the Morbid (November 1st, 2019)

Genre – Death Metal
Release Date – November 1st, 2019
Record Label – Transcending Obscurity Records
For fans of – Feral, Crawl, Revolting, Rogga Johansson, Gatekeeper, Dismember, Carnage, Wombbath

After the success of Paganizer‘s landmark album, Land of Weeping Souls, Rogga Johansson and crew have taken things up a notch, working harder than ever before to present an album with the best possible qualities that the band is known for over the years. Featuring jaw-dropping artwork from the master himself, Dan Seagrave, steps have been taken to ensure that nothing falls short with this release in any way. Musically, it’s the same crushing death metal machine laden with catchy hooks and riffs that embed themselves in your memory for aeons while ever so deftly switching tempos without letting go of the brutality. This here is Swedish death metal at its finest. The maniacal rush is tempered beautifully with reflective leads and shades of wistful melancholy, which is something Rogga Johansson is getting adept at, as evidenced by his recent solo band material. The Tower of the Morbid stands tall among its peers for creating timeless, perfected death metal meant for fans of all schools, old and new.

Band lineup –
Rogga Johansson (RevoltingThe GrotesqueryRogga Johansson) – Vocals, Guitars
Martin Klasen (ex-Vicious Maggot) – Bass
Matte Fiebig (MordenialPortal) – Drums
Kjetil Lynghaug (EchelonJohansson and Speckmann) – Lead Guitars

Artwork by Dan Seagrave (GorgutsSuffocation)

Layout by Turkka Rantanen (Rogga JohanssonDemilich)

Track listing –
1. Flesh Tornado
2. Apocalypse Writings
3. Cannibal Remains
4. Drowning in Sand
5. Redemptionless
6. They came to Die
7. Rot Spreads
8. Beneath the Gauze
9. The Tower of the Morbid
10. Purge the World
11. Demented Machines

Official Bandcamp
Transcending Obscurity Site
Transcending Obscurity US Store
Transcending Obscurity Europe Store
Transcending Obscurity Official YouTube Channel
Transcending Obscurity Records Facebook
Paganizer Facebook

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