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BEAST IN BLACK Talk About The Band's Formation






BEAST IN BLACK Discuss Their Formation In Trailer; New Album Out November 3rd



International heavy metallers BEAST IN BLACK recently announced that they will unleash their debut album Beserker on November 3rd via Nuclear Blast Records. Watch the first trailer instalment to hear guitarists Anton Kabanen and Kasperi Heikkinen discuss the band's formation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2JJuNYVIrI

Check out the first single 'Blind And Frozen', which has been racked up more than 285,000 times in less than three weeks!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2N4tXf3Ensw

Pre-order Berserker now in various formats : http://www.beastinblack.com/

Berserker - Track Listing:
01. Beast In Black
02. Blind And Frozen
03. Blood Of A Lion
04. Born Again
05. Zodd The Immortal
06. The Fifth Angel
07. Crazy, Mad, Insane
08. Hell For All Eternity (Bonus Track- DIGI only)
09. Eternal Fire
10. Go To Hell (Bonus Track- DIGI only)
11. End Of The World
12. Ghost In The Rain

The five-piece, Helsinki based heavy metal band BEAST IN BLACK was founded by Anton Kabanen soon after he had parted ways with BATTLE BEAST in 2015. By the end of 2015 the band had played their first gig, as the opening act for NIGHTWISH.

Berserker was produced by Anton in his Sound Quest Studio. Its cover artwork marks the return of the collaboration between Anton and Roman Ismailov who was the original illustrator and graphic artist for BATTLE BEAST.

Berserker maintains the style of Anton's previously composed works which include the first three BATTLE BEAST albums. Influenced by 80’s metal bands such as JUDAS PRIEST, MANOWAR, W.A.S.P., BLACK SABBATH and ACCEPT, the record is nothing but a great heavy metal album. "It’s very straightforward, catchy and powerful and occasionally mixed with some symphonic influences," Anton adds. Lyrically, Kabanen also continues his previous style: "Many songs such as the title track, 'Beast In Black', and 'Zodd The Immortal', are strongly influenced by the Japanese manga and anime »Berserk«."


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