DEATHRONIC To Release 'Duality Chaos' In January
DEATHRONIC, the Paris, France-based one-man symphonic black death metal project created by Amine Andalous, will release its debut album, "Duality Chaos", on January 28, 2013 via Mighty Music.
According to a press release, "DEATHRONIC is experimenting with a sound that combines several influences such as electronic music, oriental, doom and old-school heavy metal."
In late 2011, DEATHRONIC entered The Parlour Recording Studios in Kettering, U.K. and began tracking "Duality Chaos" with Neil Haynes as engineer. The vocals were recorded in March 2012 at the Audio Sound Art Studio in Berlin and engineered by Laurentx Etxemendi (GOJIRA). The CD was mixed and mastered in April 2012 by Fredrik Nordström and Henrik Udd at Studio Fredman (DIMMU BORGIR, AT THE GATES, OPETH, IN FLAMES). The artwork was created by Seth Siro Anton (SEPTICFLESH, PARADISE LOST, MOONSPELL).
The main concept behind "Duality Chaos" is human violence, a theme which is very present both in the lyrics and on the album's artwork.
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