DISIPLIN Select Producer For Sophomore Album

Norwegian extreme metallers DISIPLIN, featuring ex-members of MYRKSKOG and EVILIZER, have selected Steve Austin (TODAY IS THE DAY) to produce their sophomore album, "Quimbanda", due in early 2005 though Moonfog Records. The follow-up to the group's 2003 self-titled debut will be recorded in August at Akkerhaugen Lydstudio. Songititles set to appear on the CD include "Orthodox Devil Worship", "Feed the Fucker to the Dogs", "Quimbanda", "Pesticide to the People", "Anti-Life", "The Arsonist Academy", "The Rifle Parade", "ScissorFight" and "Militia".

As previously reported, DISIPLIN will premier five songs off their forthcoming album, "Quimbanda", at the Hole In The Sky festival, a four-day event set to be held August 25-28, 2004 at three different venues in Bergen, Norway. The new tracks scheduled to be performed at the festival are "Feed the Fucker to the Dogs", "Anti-Life", "Chaos From Order", "Quimbanda" and "The Arsonist Academy".


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