ANCIENT To Record Fifth Album In The Summer

Norwegian black metallers ANCIENT are planning to enter Denmark's Hansen Studios during the summer with producer Jacob Hansen (who also produced the band's last effort, 2001's "Proxima Centauri") to record their fifth album, tentatively due before the end of the year through Metal Blade Records. "The line-up is the same as on the last album, though [vocalist] Deadly Kristin is moving to the USA this spring," the band said in a statement on their official web site. "An album title hasn't been set yet, but the band is planning a very strong, powerful album following the direction of 'Proxima Centauri'. The band will be taking some small breaks in the writing process and do some concerts around Europe in March and April, as well as a trip to South America where possibly some live recordings will take place."

Upcoming ANCIENT tour dates:

Mar. 07 – Lokeren, BEL @ Magazijn
Mar. 08 – Paris, FRA @ Dunois Club
Mar. 22 - Mexico City, MEX @ TBA


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