ARCH ENEMY drummer Daniel Erlandsson has posted the following studio update to the "Studio Report 2003" section of the band's official web site:"Greetings to you all! "We arrived in the UK (in 'Ripley' outside of Nottingham to be precise) just under a week ago to start the recording of 'Microwave That Curry', (yeah, that's the working title, ha-ha!) at [producer] Andy [Sneap]'s Backstage studio facilities. We're currently tracking drums and it's been going really good! The week of pre-production we did back home in Halmstad, Sweden with Andy really helped us getting the songs knocked into shape. I'm really excited about the drum sound — it's really in your face! As far as the drumming itself goes...the songs are packed with lots of heavy grooves and double-bass drumming, no compromises there! I'm pretty much done now except for 2 more songs (one being a slow/fast kinda deal and the other is a short instrumental thing [guitarist] Michael [Amott] has written — a very melodic piece). And then it's time for the guitar bros (who are getting more and more restless here!) to start downpicking and shredding all over the songs! That's pretty much all that's happening here right now… So til' the next sign of life from here, keep banging your heads to any of our other records and expect nothing less than a future masterpiece from here!!! -) Daniel"
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