VADER: New Demo Track Posted Online

Polish death metal veterans VADER have issued the following update:

"In the middle of March, VADER will enter Hertz Studio in Bialystok, Poland to begin recording session of band's next studio album, entitled 'Necropolis'. All the tracks will be recorded at Hertz and engineered by Wieslawski Bros. Tue Madsen (who previously worked with such bands as MOONSPELL, CATARACT, HEAVEN SHALL BURN and many more) will mix the album at his famous Antfarm Studios in Denmark.

"'Necropolis' will be the first album recorded with VADER's new lineup:

Piotr 'Peter' Wiwczarek (guitar, vocals)
Reyash (bass)
Waclaw 'Vogg' Kieltyka (DECAPITATED) (guitar)
Pawel Jaroszewicz (SOUL SNATCHER) (drums)

"Famous Polish artist Jacek Wisniewski (who made cover art for such albums as 'Black To The Blind', 'Revelations', 'The Beast' and more) will take care of the album artwork and its whole layout.

One of the songs recorded during the latest pre-production session at Hertz Studio is available for download directly from our MP3 section.

Band leader Peter stated about new ideas and plans: "One of the brand new VADER songs recorded in December at Hertz Studios is available on our site... It's called 'Raise Of The Undead'!!! We are back to the Underworlds, Dark Spheres and Forgotten Eons. Kind of the anthem for the undead ideas of dimensions which exist here and beyond.

"This is gonna be a teaser for our upcoming creation, 'Necropolis'VADER's new album. Recordings start in the middle of March and we'll stay in the studio for about four weeks. Then we'll move to Antfarm Studios in Denmark to transform all tracks into some kind of venomous incantations. Of course, we will keep you updated about the progress of recordings with words and video reports. Before the work is done there will be another new song available on www.vader.pl.... 'Impure'!!! And from May: more shows are coming!"

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