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Fredrik Croona releases second solo album ‘Welcome Home’ on Advoxya Records

May 13,2016

Fredrik Croona releases second solo album'Welcome Home' on Advoxya Records

Fredrik Croona (Menschdefekt, ex-Project Rotten and Cynical Existence) will release his second solo album “Welcome Home” on Advoxya Records May 30th. “Welcome Home” is a 12 track album offering a mixture of futurepop, hints of trance, dark electro and clean vocals (with sometimes a few harsh ones to fill in the blanks).

The album features two guest vocalists from the bands Controlled Collapse and konclever and can be previewed below. There will be a limited edition of the album with a second CD called “Början på slutet” (The Beginning of the End). The bonus disc will feature collaborations with Stahlnebel and Black Selket and remixes by Pre:Emptive Strike 0.1 and Totem Obscura vs Acylum.

Says Fredrik: “‘Welcome Home’ is a very personal experince and all songs are written about thoughts and mindsets that I have had. It begins a bit slow and ends in a hellish ride.”

Here’s a teaser of the upcoming release:



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