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Feared Returns with Their First Single in 7 Years: "Song of The Dead"

Feared, the powerhouse metal band known for their uncompromising sound and electrifying performances, is back with a vengeance. After a hiatus of seven long years, the band is set to release their highly anticipated single, "Song of The Dead," now available on all major streaming platforms!

Feared, composed of Mario Santos Ramos on vocals and Ola Englund (from The Haunted ) on guitar, marks their return with a track that promises to reignite the flames of their dedicated fanbase. Produced by the renowned Jocke Skog (of Clawfinger fame), "Song of The Dead" showcases the band's raw energy and signature style, setting the stage for what's to come.

Reflecting on the band's resurgence, Ola Englund shared, "We’re finally after a lot of years ready to continue the journey of the band Feared, and we’re going back to basics in the style of how Mario and I wrote songs in the beginning. I don’t know why it took this long for us to get something out, but maybe we were waiting for the right song. Me and Mario have already worked out at least 6 more songs so expect more in the future. As for now, we just wanted to release something to keep it alive. 7 years is too long of a wait…"

With Jocke Skog at the mixing helm, "Song of The Dead" is a testament to Feared's evolution while staying true to their roots. Skog's intimate understanding of the band, having performed with Feared live and contributed to previous albums, brings an added layer of authenticity to the single.

Additionally, the artwork for "Song of The Dead" was meticulously crafted by Sylvain Lucchina , adding visual depth to the band's sonic landscape.

Feared's last release in 2017, the critically acclaimed album "Svart," produced and mixed by Mark Lewis (known for his work with Megadeth , Cannibal Corpse , and Whitechapel ), left fans hungry for more. With "Song of The Dead," Feared signals their triumphant return, ready to reclaim their rightful place in the metal pantheon.

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