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ENFORCER release video for 'Die For The Devil'

March 9, 2019

Swedish metallers ENFORCER recently announced the release of their highly anticipated new studio album Zenith, their first record in 4 years. Today, the quartet has launched a music video in support of the stomping first single, “Die For The Devil,” to give their fans a first taster of their forthcoming offering. Watch it now on YouTube: 

 

Purchase the song now: http://nblast.de/EnforcerDieForTheDevil
 

Guitarist/vocalist Olof Wikstrand comments, “‘Die For The Devil’ is the opening track of Zenith. We wanted a huge intro track where the greatness lies in the simplicity and where we can integrate the audience into a song at an early stage. The video is once again directed by our childhood friend Gustav Ohman Spjuth who has been directing pretty much all other videos we have done.”

 

Zenith – Track Listing:
01. Die For The Devil
02. Zenith Of The Black Sun
03. Searching For You
04. Regrets
05. The End Of A Universe
06. Sail On
07. One Thousand Years Of Darkness
08. Thunder And Hell
09. Forever We Worship The Dark
10. Ode To Death
Bonus Track (DIGI only!)
11. To Another World

 

Zenith contains 10 brand new anthems, bringing not only classic tunes, but also fresh blood to the band’s unique sound. In addition, guitarist Jonathan Nordwall debuts as new permament member of the group on the forthcoming record. Comments Olof Wikstrand on the new record, “Zenith is definitely the most ambitious project we ever engaged ourselves in. I think all together we spent over two and a half years to write, produce and record it all. We are super excited to finally get this one out to you all. Beware the ‘Zenith Of The Black Sun’.” With the drums having been recorded at Soundtrade Studios, Stockholm and the rest of the tracking completed at Hvergelmer Studios, Arvika, Zenith was produced by ENFORCER themselves. The artwork was created by Italian artist Velio Josto.

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