Sweden-born death horde Farsoth have unleashed the newest single off their upcoming album “Morbid Symphonies”. The song, titled “Morbid Symphony” features guest vocals from Alexander Högbom (October Tide).
“Morbid Symphonies” is simply 10 death metal songs done with a passion for music and the genre. As always, Farsoth aims to make songs that will make you headbang, join a mosh pit, and chug a beer or two. If you are looking for music that will make you do the reptile dance, look no further.
Farsoth invites all of you to join the madness and friendship of death metal. “Morbid Symphonies” is the album that everyone will soon be talking about.
Black Lion Records will release “Morbid Symphonies” on November 24th.
3. Infernal Bondage
4. Morbid Symphony
5. Bound To Death
7. Provoke Me
8. Your Death
9. Rotten Flesh Stew
10. World Beyond
Farsoth was founded in Sala (Sweden) by Jari Kuusisto in 2020. Shortly thereafter Joakim Mikiver vocals, Jonas Magnusson bass, and Kristofer Elemyr guitar were contacted to join the band. The search for the right drummer turned out to be a more difficult task than expected. Several months later the place was still not filled so Jari decided to contact his good friend Chris Barkensjö (Lik) to help with the drum recording for the album. All said and done, Farsoth had 9 songs recorded but still no permanent drummer.
In early 2021 William Parkstam was recruited as the band’s permanent drummer. Farsoth rehearsed for the first time as a full band in Williams’ hometown of Uppsala. Since then, they have released several videos, along with their debut album, “The Plague”, on all major streaming platforms.
Shortly after the album’s release in late 2022, William decided to leave the band due to other obligations, and Kristofer sadly passed away. William was quickly replaced by Florian Rehn on drums and in early 2023 Johnny Nymark joined the band as their new guitarist. At the beginning of 2023, Swedish record label Black Lion Records reached out to Farsoth offering the band a record deal. So with a fresh record deal and more than 14 new songs, Farsoth is looking forward to seeing what 2023 will bring.