DEICIDE Begins Recording 'Till Death Do Us Part'

Legendary death metal outfit DEICIDE has begun work on its ninth studio album at Florida's Morrisound Studios. Entitled "Till Death Do Us Part", the follow-up to 2006's "The Stench of Redemption" promises to be DEICIDE's "most savage and aggressive [offering] to date," according to a press release. Drummer Steve Asheim has begun the process by laying down drum tracks on a set of songs that retain all the high-speed intensity of the last album, but throw in a few surprises along the way.

Commented Asheim: "The songs will have a very evil and chaotic nature to them and will include the extensive arrangements and riffage that made 'Stench...' so great. "There's no mistaking... it's DEICIDE. It feels like a cross between 'Stench...' and 'Legion', and is definitely the next logical step for DEICIDE."

Once the music is down, the final stage will be for Glen Benton to contribute his unique vocal approach, with recordings scheduled for completion as early as November. "Till Death Us Do Part" is expected to be released early 2008.

"We keep pushing what we do," concluded Asheim. "The guitars are even more sinister...the drums even more brutal. DEICIDE fans may be shocked at how fast this came around, but they're going to eat it up."

Look at pictures of Steve in the studio laying down drums for "Till Death Do Us Part" at Morrisound Studios in Florida: Photo#1, Photo#2, Photo#3.


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