CARACH ANGREN Recording Fourth Album

CARACH ANGREN Recording Fourth Album

Dutch black metallers CARACH ANGREN have entered Tidalwave Studio in Karlsruhe, Germany with Patrick Damiani (FALKENBACH, ROME, UMBRA ET IMAGO) to record their fourth full-length album for a late 2014 release. The follow-up to 2012's "Where The Corpses Sink Forever" will be mixed by acclaimed producer Peter Tägtgren (DIMMU BORGIR, IMMORTAL, SEPTICFLESH, CHILDREN OF BODOM, AMORPHIS).

Says CARACH ANGREN in a statement: "Our writing process is finally reaching its end and we are very excited to once again enter Tidalwave Studio to record our fourth full-length concept album! We are very much looking forward to work with our long time partner in crime Patrick Damiani, and, for the first time, with Peter Tägtgren. We can't wait to present this monster to our fans! This will by far be the most gruesome album we have ever done — yet!"

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