Wretched New Album
2012-02-02 by KotoFtw | 19 Comments
North Carolina metal act Wretched are in the studio tracking for their third full-length release, Son of Perdition. Guitarist, Steven Funderburk, has said it will center more around melody and groove. No release date has been set, but they will be going on the Metal Alliance Tour in the spring.

http://lambgoat.com/news/17681/Wretched-announces-new-album
Tagged: Wretched (USA-NC)

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betlwedl
February 1st 2012
73 Comments


Beyond the Gate was decent, this could be good.

bloc
February 1st 2012
35004 Comments


Cool, looking forward to this.

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manicmonkey
February 1st 2012
459 Comments


sweet!

KotoFtw
February 2nd 2012
1077 Comments


They will bring the shred.

Eko
February 2nd 2012
2119 Comments


so many puns to be made with that news title

botb
February 2nd 2012
9757 Comments


love the guys in this band, hope the new vocalist is dope, at one point they were jamming with the guy from glass casket

Digging: Solstafir - Ótta

KotoFtw
February 2nd 2012
1077 Comments


Pretty sure it is the guy from Glass Casket doing vocals on the album.

botb
February 2nd 2012
9757 Comments


i hope it is that would rule

Scoot
February 2nd 2012
17887 Comments


aight

Digging: Renounced - The Melancholy We Ache

BallsToTheWall
February 2nd 2012
44800 Comments


"melody and groove."




FAPFAPFAP

Digging: Pink Turns Blue - If Two Worlds Kiss

Shiduba
February 2nd 2012
424 Comments


I am beyond excited for this, Beyond the Gate is my favorite techy melodic death metal record. This will be fucking great.

bloozclooz
February 2nd 2012
1770 Comments


let's hope they fix their titty production

Grimlin
February 2nd 2012
879 Comments


Pretty sure it is the guy from Glass Casket doing vocals on the album.

yup, adam cody is their vocalist now. my buddies played a show with them about a month or so ago, and talked to adam quite a bit. he may even do vocals for one of their side projects. pretty cool guy from what i hear

zaruyache
February 2nd 2012
7254 Comments


Listening to Glass Casket now. Vocals are pretty good, and probably will fit well with this group. m/

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Turdles
February 2nd 2012
101 Comments


Excited for this, Exodus of Autonomy brings back memories.

TrapThemAlive
February 2nd 2012
650 Comments


Beyond the Gate was bawss. interested in hearing the vocal change

campisi5
February 2nd 2012
14 Comments


I actually saw these guys live a while back with the new vocalist. He fits their sound pretty well. Should be a good album.

syco722
February 3rd 2012
492 Comments


One of the best vocalists out there, so stoked.

Derkyle
February 4th 2012
189 Comments


I had no idea they got a new vocalist. Hopefully he'll be mixed into their music better than the old one.





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