More new music today? Yes indeed because The Haunted also premiered a new song today and now it is available for your listening pleasure below. The Swedish metallers just revealed "Cutting Teeth", which is being described as "furious" and "relentless". It is also the Exit Wounds album opener. Take a listen, or multiple, to the track below.
The Haunted have revealed their new album title, release date and cover artwork as well. The Swedes released this year the single Eye Of The Storm with three new songs already but the full-length album is only being released on August 25th, 2014 in Europe and September 2nd in North America via the band's longtime label partner Century Media Records. It is symbolically titled Exit Wounds.
Swedish metallers The Haunted has started recording an 8th studio album at Antfarm Studio in Denmark with the revamped band line-up featuring founding members Jonas Björler (bass) and Jensen (guitars), returning members Adrian Erlandsson (drums) and Marco Aro (vocals), and the newest member Ola Englund (guitars). The new album is expected to be released this coming summer. More details about it will be announced in the near future.
The Haunted have announced a Scandinavian tour and released a video for their new song "My Enemy". This means you can listen to another new song from the recently released 3-track single Eye Of The Storm. Check out below the clip featuring rehearsal room footage for the relentless 58-seconds track "My Enemy". Fast and good? Only you can judge.
The Haunted are releasing their new single Eye Of The Storm today in Europe and why not celebrate it by sharing a new song? The single only drops tomorrow in North America via Century Media, but as of now you can stream the new song and title track "Eye Of The Storm" on the video available below. Are you pleased with the new material?
If you are curious about The Haunted's new material, you don't have to wait that long because soon they will debut brand new music by releasing a three-track single entitled Eye Of The Storm on January 20th, 2014 in Europe and January 21st in North America via Century Media Records. The single's cover artwork can be seen below. The group is currently busy working on their upcoming studio album release expected for summer of 2014.
Earlier this year, Swedish metallers The Haunted announced their new line-up which now features vocalist Marco Aro, drummer Adrian Erlandsson and guitarist Ola Englund, who joined guitarist Jensen and bassist Jonas Björler. The first show of the band with the new line-up has now been announced. It will be aboard a ship at 70000 Tons Of Metal 2014.
After almost a year without public activity and re-structuring behind closed doors, Sweden's The Haunted are finally back after major line-up changes around autumn of 2012. Vocalist Peter Dolving left followed by guitarist Anders Björler and drummer Per Möller Jensen. The group has now broken the silence and announced their new line-up. They also released a video to introduce the new members.
Swedish metallers The Haunted have released the following statement regarding the departure of guitarist Anders Björler and drummer Per Möller Jensen: "It's with deep regret we have to inform you of another two departures from The Haunted, guitarist Anders Björler and drummer Per Möller Jensen. No animosity whatsoever caused these events, nor are there any other feelings than that they will both be dearly missed. We wish them all the best in whatever and wherever their future endeavors will take them."
Vocalist Peter Dolving has announced that he has officially left Swedish thrash metallers The Haunted. In the following post on his Facebook page, Dolving explicitly said he will not divulge the reasons for his departure: "I am officially quitting The Haunted. After years of working with the band, I am out. I have had it. I will not answer questions to why. It's no one else's business. Thank you very much. I am looking forward to seeing you people at other shows with other projects."
The band has also released the following statement on their official website confirming the departure: "Peter has decided to leave The Haunted permanently. We don't have any more news or info for you regarding this at the moment, but stay tuned for future updates... We just wanted to put and end to all the rumors out there."
"Disappear", a brand new song from Swedish metallers The Haunted, was premiered on last night's (February 21) edition of BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show With Daniel P Carter". The program is now available for streaming for the next six days at this location. "Disappear" can also be heard at this location on Youtube.
"Disappear" comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled Unseen, which will be released in late March via Century Media Records.
Unseen cover art] tracklist:
01. Never Better
02. No Ghost
03. Catch 22
07. The Skull
08. Ocean Park
09. The City
11. All Ends Well
Vocalist Peter Dolving has issued the following update on the new The Haunted album:
"So the work's done. We hope to pour music and inspiration into your heads. The record is called Unseen and will be hitting stores in March 2011 (via Century Media Records). We spent a month and a half with Tue Madsen, who brought out the best in everyone and did an incredible job mixing."
Unseen was recorded in October at Antfarm Studio, Denmark. Studio reports can be found at this location.
Swedish thrashers The Haunted have announced signing a new worldwide deal with Century Media Records after a successful partnership for the band's last three albums (rEVOLVEr, The Dead Eye, Versus).
The Haunted's Peter Dolving (vocals) comments: "So once again we've decided to sign with Century Media Records. It feels good to get continuation, and truly having worked hard on communication on both ends over these last years, has brought us together in ways that I believe a lot of bands/managements/labels only dream of. Long term goals, open agendas, and a Norse/German stubborn attitude seem to be something we find a mutual trust and strength in and we're really looking forward to a continued cooperation with our friends/partners at Century Media. It is a strange thing this, the business of music, but like everything else, it seems to come down to hard work, earnestness, straight talk and respect. So here's to many more years of churning out metal to the masses. Peace!"