EMINENCE: 'The God Of All Mistakes' Artwork Revealed

Brazilian extreme metallers EMINENCE have revealed the artwork for their new album, "The God of all Mistakes", due later in the year via an as-yet-undetermined label. Check it out at this location. The follow-up to 2004's "Humanology" was recorded at Maquina Studios with producer by Tue Madsen (ROB HALFORD, MNEMIC, THE HAUNTED). The mixing sessions took place at the Antfarm studio in Århus, Denmark.

EMINENCE recently recruited bassist TC, formerly of the band UDORA (the same group that once featured in its ranks current SEPULTURA drummer Jean Dolabella). A photo of the band's new lineup can be found at this location.

EMINENCE last month shot a video for the new song "Day 7". Check out a photo from the video shoot at this location. An audio sample is available on the group's MySpace page.

EMINENCE's most recent CD, "Humanology", was released via Switzerland's Timeless Productions.

EMINENCE video footage from recording studio:


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