Melodic Death Metal Act SWANSONG Signs to Noble Demon; To Re-Release “Winter Maiden” EP!

Swansong have announced their worldwide signing with German label Noble Demon for the release of the band’s upcoming debut album. Founded in 2020 in Kuopio, Finland and combining melodic death, heavy and folk metal – just to name a few -, Swansong are bringing their very own blend and something new to the metal scene. Powerful melodies with hard-hitting riffs revive the 80s and 90s and at the same time the old school elements get a fresh & modern twist with female death growls and screams!

Swansong comments:
“We are honored and excited to announce, that we have started to work on our first full-length album with Noble Demon Records! This is HUGE for us! The recordings for the album have already begun.”

“We want to THANK YOU ALL, this is all for you! Thank you for listening to our music and supporting us! Thank you Noble Demon for seeing our potential. We are grateful to join the impressive Noble Demon roster with many awesome bands (Dawn Of Solace, Mercury Circle, Night Crowned, Gomorra, Kaunis Kuolematon, Zornheym, Oceanhoarse, Humavoid and more) that we respect! Along with these amazing partners Noble Demon & Heavy Metal Heart Agency we continue the Swansong journey. NOW LET’S MAKE A KILLER ALBUM!!”

Furthermore, to celebrate the signing in glorious style, Swansong and Noble Demon announced the re-release of the band’s 2022 -debut EP Winter Maiden, which was produced by Mathias “Vreth” Lillmåns (Finntroll, …And Oceans, Dispyt) and has already received great response from listeners all around the globe.

Listen to the full EP at THIS LOCATION or watch the band’s latest video for “Lovely Bones” right here:

So let the cold wind howl and dive into the Swansong world of powerful stories with midnight warriors and strong maidens!

Swansong are:**

Vocals: Jemiina
Guitar: Topi Pitkänen
Guitar: Tuomas Leskinen
Drums: Markus Tikkanen

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