Belgium's AXAMENTA, the former band of current EPICA bassist Yves Huts, have uploaded several new samples from their upcoming album, "Ever-Arch-I-Tech-Ture", at their official web site. Due on May 26 via Shiver Records, the CD was recorded at Hansen studio in Ribe, Denmark with producer Jacob Hansen (MERCENARY, RAUNCHY, ABORTED) and was mixed and mastered will at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden under the supervision of producer Fredrik Nordström (IN FLAMES, SOILWORK, DIMMU BORGIR, THE HAUNTED, OLD MAN'S CHILD). PAIN OF SALVATION singer Daniel Gildenlöw is featured as a guest vocalist on one entire song ("Threnody for an Endling"), for which he has written the melody and vocal pattern himself.
AXAMENTA began their career by playing doom, fantasy and even death metal, but after a lot of lineup changes, they decided to make a radical shift in their musical style and began experimenting with a more technical and progressive approach. Their love for movie scores also made them replace the keyboards by orchestra samples, which gives them a unique sound in the Belgian metal scene.
AXAMENTA's debut album, "Codex Barathri", was released in 2002 via the LSP Company.
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