GOD AMONG INSECTS Begin Writing New Material

GOD AMONG INSECTS, the Swedish "old-school" death metal band featuring vocalist Emperor Magus Caligula (DARK FUNERAL), guitarist Lord K (a.k.a. Kenth Philipson) (THE PROJECT HATE), bassist Tomas Elofsson (SANCTIFICATION) and drummer Tobias Gustafsson (VOMITORY), have posted the following message on their web site:

"Not too much to report at the moment but we can tell you all that we'll begin writing the material for album Number 2 as soon as Lord K Philipson is done with the next THE PROJECT HATE album, which should be in a month or two. No plans as of where/when we will record the damn thing but we'll definitely try to hook up with Tommy TÃĪgtgren and Abyss Studios once again.

"Emperor Magus Caligula has finished lyrics for 9 songs already, all we need now is the music. We are also awaiting answers from the festivals throughout Europe to see if we'll end up at any of those during the summer."

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