Struck by a burst of inspiration, DEMONICAL indulged in a creative spree immediately after the release of their antecedent offering, "World Domination"; and with expertise worthy of death metal veterans, shaped it into "Mass Destroyer." Developed in less than two years, the album reflects the energy that spawned its creation, and keeps to the Swede's HM2-beaten track, promising a few twists along the way. Adorned in an old fashioned attire, "Mass Destroyer" packs a gruesome punch, embodies organic sounding and delivers a truly fiendish experience from well-seasoned old-school death-dealers. "The outcome is here, our seventh full-length and another vicious Demonical assault of Stockholm-style death metal madness and beyond," the band comments. "Once again and as always, we wanted to crawl back in time and explore the early days of death metal but with traces and hints of various other metallic subgenres." Glashuset and Sellnoise Studios were used for recording with Johan Hjelm and Jonas Arnberg behind the helm, while Karl Daniel Liden mixed and mastered the album at his Tri-Lamb Studios. Mark Riddick (Absu, Arsis) designed the cover artwork.