Metalville welcomes CARTHAGODS – new album on July 17th

CARTHAGODS were one of the first metal bands founded in Tunisia in the late 1990s.

They were undoubtedly among the pioneers of heavy metal in their home country and are now the longest serving metal band in Tunisia.

The band played numerous concerts throughout Europe and Tunisia, sharing the stage with such big acts as Judas Priest, Slayer, Epica, Dark Tranquillity, Blind Guardian, Anathema.

After the release of their debut ” Carthagods ” (2015) wich was a great success with fans and critics, the band decided to open a new chapter with the follow-up album.

The sound should become more powerful and symphonic at the same time. 

In 2019 the time had finally come and “The Monster In Me” could have seen the light of day. But then everything turned out differently than expected.

Practically overnight the label boss left his company and the Carthagods suddenly stood there empty-handed.

Only the video for the title song of the album was left at the end of this unhappy liaison.

Here the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8zZXMLBin4


The video and the song are inspired by Picasso’s work ” The Remains of the Minotaur in a Harlequin Costume “, a stage design from 1936.

But with the knowledge of having delivered an above average album, the band did not let themselves be beaten.  And so they looked for a new partner for a future collaboration, which was finally found with Metalville Records. 

“The Monster In Me” will be released on July 17th. 

The album was produced and arranged by Timo Somers , mixed by Bas Trumpie and Imre Beerends at Mantis Audio ( Delain ) and mastered by Mika Jussila (Nightwish , HIM , Stratovarius … )
As guest singers are represented: Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquillity) and Mark Jansen (Epica/ MaYan)


LINE UP

Mahdi Khema : Vocals

Tarak Ben Sassi : Guitar

Aymen Ben Hamed : Drums

Yessine Belghith : Bass

Timo Somers : Lead Guitar

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