HardTimes.ca recently conducted an interview with the North American black/death metal band ABIGAIL WILLIAMS. Watch the 10-minute chat below.ABIGAIL WILLIAMS' full-length debut, titled "In the Shadow of a Thousand Suns", was released on October 28 via Candlelight Records. The CD was produced by James Murphy and features contributions from Trym Torson (EMPEROR, ZYKLON). Commented vocalist Sorceron: "We couldn't be happier with the results. The addition of Trym's legendary drumming and the experience on the production/mixing end that James brought to us has been priceless. This album wholly eclipses everything we've recorded in the past and we can't wait to begin playing the new material live." An intense project with recording and tracking beginning in January of this year, "In the Shadow of a Thousand Suns" contains ten new songs from the band currently featuring keyboardist Ashley Ellyllon, bassist Thomas G. Plaguehammer, guitarists Mike (Kron) Wilson and Bjornthor, drummer Samus with band founder/vocalist Sorceron.
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