Emanzipation Productions signs SHADOWSPAWN

Emanzipation Productions joined forces with the Danish old school death metal band SHADOWSPAWN. The deal was made, the Tuborgs were opened and the countdown for the sophomore album has begun. It will be entitled “The Biology Of Disbelief” and the release is due in late 2020/early 2021. 

The first single of the record, “Condemned Eternity“, is out now and the official video can be seen below.

Bassist Kelvin Dam states about the cooperation “It’s gonna be brutal! We are thrilled and excited to team up with Emanzipation Productions!”.

SHADOWSPAWN – Condemned Eternity

Shadowspawn is a Danish death-metal act with old school death and thrash metal influences. With a cocktail of traditional death metal, thrash and technical metal, Shadowspawn comes your way with aggressive and powerful riffs in a groovy metal blend. The band was formed in November 2012. And shortly after releasing a 4-track Promo in 2014, Shadowspawn signed a deal with US label HPGD Productions securing the release of the first official album entitled “Ashes Of Sorrow”, released on February 2015. 

Keeping the momentum up, the group released the full-length album “Hope Lies Dormant” in November 2017. Critics have received this album very well, and the notable metal magazine announced it “Danish album of the year 2017”. The album featured 11 tracks of pure groovy death and thrash metal!

Now, Shadowspawn has signed a deal with renowned Danish label Emanzipation Productions, and are working on the third instalment, an album entitled “The Biology of Disbelief”, due to be released 2020/early 2021.

First single off that record is already out now, entitled “Condemned Eternity”  

Line up:
Bue T. Jensen: vocals
Nicolai Cheung: guitars 
Oliver Ragnar Larsen: guitars 
Kelvin Dam: bass 
Danni L. Jelsgaard: drums 


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