Sweden's BURST have been confirmed for the Malmöfestivalen, set to take place August 19-26 in Malmö, Sweden. Other bands scheduled to appear during the week-long festival are ENTOMBED, DARKEST HOUR, THE (INTERNATIONAL) NOISE CONSPIRACY and BEECHER.

BURST recently entered the legendary Music-A-Matic Studios (KENT, UNION CARBIDE PRODUCTIONS, MILLENCOLIN, BRODER DANIEL) in Gothenburg, Sweden with longtime producer Frederick Rheindahl and Henrik Lipp (KENT, UNION CARBIDE PRODUCTIONS, MILLENCOLIN, D-A-D, etc) to begin recording "Origo", the follow-up to their critically acclaimed Relapse debut "Prey On Life".

"The work on 'Origo' is going really well and we are all stunned at the enormous progress of the sound so far," the band write on their web site. "For the first time ever we recorded the basic instruments live which has been nothing but a good thing for the feeling of the record. If 'Prey' on life was to your liking, 'Origo' will be a revelation."

BURST's "Origo" is slated for a fall 2005 release via Relapse.


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