First recording session for new album

We’ve just finished our first session at Studio Seven Sweden in Örebro for our second album! This time we recorded drums, rhythm guitars and bass. After listening to the tracks, even unmixed and without keys and vocals, we can without a shadow of a doubt tell you that this album is going to be even better than our wildest dreams! Now we are going to take a few weeks off before we return to Örebro in the beginning of November to record vocals, guitar solos and keyboards.

Be sure to follow Carnal Agony on Facebook and Instagram for daily studio updates!

Line-up change

For reasons beyond our, and his, control Uli won’t be joining us for the upcoming recording. We’ve scoured the land for a worthy replacement and we’ve found someone we think will perform even better!

While Preludes & Nocturnes was a vessel for a drum hero of the past, the new album will feature a drum hero of the future. We welcome Alfred Fridhagen aboard our carnal-vessel!

Check out the announcement video on our facebook where Alfred shows off his chops in a track that will be featured on the album – also a chance for you to see where the music is heading!

We are confident that you’ll greet Alfred with open arms, and rest assured, Uli will always be part of the Carnal Agony-family.

Back From The Grave

After putting the last touches to the final song of the new album we are happy to announce that, this autumn, Carnal Agony will once again enter the studio to record the follow up to 2014’s Preludes & Nocturnes. Stay tuned for the ride!

Sweden Rock Festival

Will the third time be a charm? Carnal Agony once again has the great honor of being awarded a chance to play at one of the world’s greatest metal festivals, Sweden Rock Festival. Cast your vote for us!

2nd anniversary

This week marks the 2nd year-anniversary for Preludes & Nocturnes and The Frozen Throne just passed 10 000 plays on Spotify. We’re really proud of the album and even greater things are still to come. Thank you all for your support and stay metal!

Sweden Rock Band Competition

Once again Carnal Agony has the great honor of being selected as one of the bands to vote for to play Sweden Rock Festival 2016. Cast your vote – and you can vote twice daily!

Review from Monarch Magazine

Even though over a year has passed since the release of Preludes & Nocturnes new reviews pop up once in a while. Here is a good one from Polish Monarch Magazine.

Review from Metal Revolution

A new review from Metal Revolution is up – 88/100!

Magazine review and interview

Carnal Agony is featured in the Polish ‘zine HMP with a lengthy interview, available for online reading. Also, we’ve gotten an excellent review in the printed magazine Powerplay Rock and Metal #179.

New review

A killer new review from Poland’s Dark Planet was published today.