CADAVERIA Begins Recording New Album

CADAVERIA, the Italian band featuring former OPERA IX vocalist Cadaveria and ex-OPERA IX drummer/NECRODEATH vocalist Marçelo Santos (a.k.a. Flegias), has entered the studio to begin recording its new album.

After performing live in Mexico at the end of June, CADAVERIA spent the second half of 2009 in the rehearsal room to complete the songwriting for its fourth full-length CD. The as-yet-untitled effort will contain eleven tracks and will be released in late 2010.

In January 2009, CADAVERIA announced the addition of Dick Laurent as the group's second guitarist. The new member's influence will be clearly felt in the new compositions which are described by singer Cadaveria as "heavy, obscure and insane."

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Cadaveria recently made a guest appearance on Italian death metallers MECHANICAL GOD CREATION's new CD, performing backing vocals on the song "I Shall Remain Unforgiven".

Over the course of the last two years, Cadaveria worked concurrently on the project DYNABYTE. The industrial metal act has just finished mastering its new record that will be unleashed in June.

CADAVERIA's video for the song "Anagram" can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's latest album, "In Your Blood", which was released in May 2007 via Season of Mist.

CADAVERIA's sophomore album, "Far Away from Conformity", was released in early 2004. The follow-up to 2002's "The Shadows' Madame" was recorded and mixed at Capitan Woofer Studio in Italy and was mastered at the Mastering Room in Sweden.

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