APEIRON Recording Full-Length Debut

Italian melodic death metallers APEIRON have issued the following update:

"[At] this exact moment we're posting from Fear Studio in Alfonsine, where we're working on our first full length's mix and master! The tracks were recorded at Ironape Project Studio in Vigevano, and are now being taken care of by the expert hands (and ears) of Simone Mularoni, renowned for his works with EMPYRIOS, GORY BLISTER, THE MODERN AGE SLAVERY, etc. Up to now we're extremely satisfied with the results, and the past month's hard work is yielding excellent outturns. The track list and the title still remain a mystery, but you'll receive fresh news as the work will proceed."

APEIRON's "The Cruel Crime" EP was released last year.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/apeiron.


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