Sweden's BURST recently entered Studio Bohussound (STATUS QUO, ABBA) in Kungalv, Sweden to record its new full-length album, "Lazarus Bird". The follow-up to 2005's "Origo" was once again recorded with engineer Fredrik Reinedahl (OPETH, IN FLAMES, GADGET). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "I Hold Vertigo", "We Are Dust", "Momentum", "Nineteenhundred", "Cripple God", "We Watched The Silver Rain" and "I Exterminate The I". A fall release via Relapse Records is expected.
Commented the band: "We're finished. Guess that's the big news. 'Lazarus Bird', our coming album, is recorded, mixed and mastered, and good grief, it took its toll to make. Expect an album that will NOT be 'Origo Part 2', but something new for BURST.
"Right now we're tinkering with the design and the cover (think art deco), all new pictures, and all that which goes into making a homogenic, thematic ALBUM as opposed to fragmented downloads. Praise the Internet, but long live the album!"
BURST's second video from its acclaimed "Origo" album, for the track "The Immateria", can be viewed below. The clip was shot in Stockholm, Sweden with director Robinovich of Robinovich Productions.
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