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DEMONICAL Premieres Music Video For ‘Wrathspawn’

Swedish death metallers DEMONICAL launch “Wrathspawn” music video, taken from the new album “Mass Destroyer”, which is out now on Agonia Records. The video features live footage, recorded by Daniel Rathke and Florian Rehn.

“Wrathspawn” is the second music video to be released off the album. It follows “We Conquer The Throne”, which can be found here.

Developed in less than two years, “Mass Destroyer” reflects the energy that spawned its creation, and keeps to the Swede’s HM2-beaten track, promising a few twists along the way. Adorned in an old fashioned attire from Mark Riddick (AbsuArsis), “Mass Destroyer” packs a gruesome punch, embodies organic sounding and delivers a truly fiendish experience, registered at Glashuset and Sellnoise Studios with Johan Hjelm and Jonas Arnberg behind the helm. Karl Daniel Liden mixed and mastered the album at Tri-Lamb Studio (Cult of LunaBloodbath).

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Last week, DEMONICAL released a free sampler titled  “In League With Death”, which includes new, old and rare material. It’s available on all streaming platforms and downloadable for free on Bandcamphere.

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Demonical 2022 line-up:
Christofer Säterdal – vocals
Eki Kumpulainen – lead guitars
Johan Haglund – rhythm guitars
Martin Schulman – bass
Ronnie Bergerståhl – drums

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Photo credit: Jens Ryden

Get “Mass Destroyer”:
https://www.agoniarecords.com/massdestroyer

DEMONICAL on-line:
Website: http://www.demonical.net
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Demonicalofficial
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DemonicalBand
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Demonicalofficial 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/demonicalofficial/

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