EQUILIBRIUM Working On New Album
German epic metallers EQUILIBRIUM are working on the follow-up to their acclaimed 2010 album "Rekreatur". In a few days, the band will enter Helion Studios in Munich to kick off the recordings with guitar player and producer René Berthiaume.
"We can hardly wait to finally release another full-length record after four years!
Says the band in a statement: "The songs are written; 13 tracks are planned for the album.
"In the past, we've written a lot, so that the record will be very varying. With some songs we return to our roots, others will be a sonic surprise.
"Next week Robse will hit the studio to record vocals and to give the songs life. Furthermore there are some other things planned for EQUI this year you can really look forward to!"
EQUILIBRIUM's as-yet-untitled new album will be released this summer via Nuclear Blast.
The band's first-ever EP, "Waldschrein", came out in August 2013.
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