ANTIGAMA Begins Recording New Album
Warsaw, Poland's cutting-edge grindcore squad ANTIGAMA has entered the studio to record its sixth full-length album, "Meteor", for a late spring release via Selfmadegod Records. The follow-up to 2009's "Warning" as well as last year's "Stop The Chaos" EP is being recorded at Progresja Sound Studio with producer Pawel "Janos" Grabowski. Founding ANTIGAMA guitarist Sebastian Rokicki says: "This is going to be the most mature, and at the same time most diverse album in the band’s whole career."
The current ANTIGAMA lineup includes guitarist Sebastian Rokicki, vocalist Lukasz Myszkowski, bassist Michal Zawadzki, and drummer Pawel Jaroszewicz. This is the first studio session in ANTIGAMA's history to without Szymon Czech, who passed away in November 2012 due to illness.
ANTIGAMA will perform a show in honor of Szymon Czech on January 26 in Olsztyn, Poland alongside THIRD DEGREE, PROPHECY, and more.
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