DARKANE Drummer, Guitarist Mixing New SOILWORK Album

DARKANE drummer Peter Wildoer has issued the following update:

"Currently Klas [Ideberg, DARKANE guitarist] and I are working day and night mixing the new SOILWORK CD. They have recorded everything (except vocals) in DARKANE's studio Not Quite Studio. It will be a killer CD with lots of great songs.

"At the moment I don't have a lot of time to play the drums but as soon as the SOILWORK CD is done I will have a holiday and get time to practice. Got a few cool projects coming up after the summer.

"We're almost done with the DARKANE DVD that we've been working on for a long time. We still need to mix the sound for the main live show which will be done after the SOILWORK mix. Well, I guess that holiday will be postponed until after the mixing of the DVD. The DARKANE DVD will include four hours of footage. One hour main concert shot in Helsingborg with eight cameras and lots of other stuff from the studio recordings and tours.

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"Stefan Rosqvist's debut CD will also be finished this summer. Hmmm, that mix will be done after DARKANE DVD mix. I guess there will be no holiday! I play drums on Stefan's CD and it features more of a fusion/light playing style of drumming. Actually the songs range from soft trio to more hard rock songs. [Here] you can see a short clip from one of the songs 'Decisions'."

DARKANE's upcoming DVD was shot in May 2006 in the band's hometown of Helsingborg, Sweden. The band last year completed a European tour in support of their fourth album, "Layers of Lies", available now on Nuclear Blast Records. It is the follow-up to the band's third studio CD, "Expanding Senses", which was released in 2002.


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