MALEFICE: 'Dawn Of Reprisal' Artwork Unveiled

British metallers MALEFICE will release their sophomore album, "Dawn Of Reprisal", on February 27 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy), March 2 (rest of Europe) via Metal Blade Records.

Check out the cover artwork below.

According to a press release, "Dawn Of Reprisal" features "10 hammering songs leaving any metalhead worldwide nothing but satifsfied with a mischievous smile on his face! Packed full of "face-melting riffs, fret-shredding guitars and a sense of groove that will stand up against any name you care to mention," "Dawn Of Reprisal" was recorded and mixed by Dan Weller and Justin Hill (ex-SIKTH) at Fortress Studios and Timeless Studios in London, and was mastered at 360 Mastering by Dick Beetham.

Comments the band: "'Dawn of Reprisal' is a massive step forward for all of us as a band, and individuals. MALEFICE has matured a lot in a short space of time and one listen to this new record will show you that. We've crafted our sound into what we all missed about metal. Killer riffs, punishing drums, intense vocals and songs you can break your neck to!"

"Dawn Of Reprisal" track listing:

01. The Midas Effect
02. Abandon Hope
03. An Architect Of Your Demise
04. End Of Days
05. Human Portrait
06. As I Bleed
07. When Embers Ignite
08. Retribution
09. Hatred Justified
10. Sickened

MALEFICE's "Risen Through The Ashes" video (taken from the band's debut album):


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