CARNAL FORGE Laying Down Vocals For New Track

Swedish thrash metal band CARNAL FORGE returned to the studio yesterday (Tuesday, June 30) to record the vocals for a new track called "Non Existence". The song will appear on the band's next album, tentatively due in January 2010. An accompanying music video is scheduled to be filmed later today.

Video footage of the new lineup of CARNAL FORGE — featuring Peter Tuthill on vocals and Dino Medanhodzic on guitar — performing the song "I Smell Like Death" at Rytmikorjaamo in Seinäjoki, Finland on January 16, 2009 can be viewed below.

A sample of the audition recordings Peter did with CARNAL FORGE in November 2007 is available for download at this location (song: "Burning Eden").

CARNAL FORGE's latest album, "Testify for My Victims", was released in the U.S. in May 2007 via Candlelight Records.


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