DAYLIGHT DIES To Enter Studio In December

North Carolina's DAYLIGHT DIES has issued the following update:

"At last we can share a few tangible updates regarding the new material. We will begin recording our third full-length album the second week of December and on into January. We're pleased to announce Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios in Örebro, Sweden will once again helm the boards for the mix and master. The material itself will continue to be written and refined up until the last second. Some song titles and more details are next."

DAYLIGHT DIES previously stated about the new material, "The new songs thus far consist of a mix of beautiful melancholic leads and harsh dissonant rhythms; despair driven hooks and the overall dark atmosphere you've come to expect."

DAYLIGHT DIES' latest album, "Dismantling Devotion", is out on Candlelight Records. The CD was mixed by Jens Bogren and mastered by Thomas Eberger at The Cutting Room (OPETH, THE HIVES).

Watch DAYLIGHT DIES's "Lies that Bind" video:


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