Death Metal Supergroup FIRESPAWN To Release Debut In November

Wednesday, 1st July 2015

FIRESPAWN (formerly FIREBORN) — the new Swedish death metal project featuring Lars Göran Petrov (vocals; ENTOMBED) and Victor Brandt (guitar; ENTOMBED), Alex Friberg (bass; NECROPHOBIC), Fredrik Folkare (guitar; UNLEASHED, NECROPHOBIC) and Matte Modin (drums; DARK FUNERAL, DEFLESHED) — has signed a deal with Century Media.

Hailing from Stockholm, FIRESPAWN is the unholy union of five death metal veterans with the aim to create blasphemous, sacrilegious and evil death metal, played by sharp minds with ancient souls.

Comments Friberg: “We are stoked to be joining forces with Century Media. They are one of the biggest labels out there in extreme music and together we will spread the fire worldwide!”

Adds Jens Prüter, head of A&R at Century Media: “Don’t call it supergroup but this spawn of Satan combines the best of Stockholm death metal and it’s great to see a bunch of old friends coming together for just one goal: to destroy. I know some of the guys for many years and it’s an honor to help them spreading fire worldwide. Special thanks from my side to Costin Chioreanu and Paolo Girardi for helping out on the band’s visual presentation, and my colleague Philipp Schulte for taking over the torch and bring you… FIRE! I’ll see you burn!”

FIRESPAWN’s debut album will be released in November. A seven-inch EP, Lucifer Has Spoken, will precede the CD on August 7 and will be limited to 500 hand-numbered copies. Visitors of PartySan Open Air festival: Keep your eyes open for a colored vinyl version of the seven-inch (100 copies only!) that will exclusively be offered at the Cudgel sales stand on the festival site.

The cover artwork for Lucifer Has Spoken was created by Paolo Girardi who is known from his detailed Hieronymous Bosch-inspired cover artworks for INQUISITION, POWER TRIP and others. The seven-inch artwork just shows a part of a huge piece that will be unveiled when further news on the album is due.

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