GRAVE Enter Studio To Begin Work On “Back From The Grave”
Swedish death metal legends GRAVE entered Sunlight Studios in Stockholm on Sunday, March 3rd with producer Tomas Skogsberg to begin work on their long-awaited fifth full-lengh CD, entitled Back From The Grave. Nine tracks were reportedly laid down during the sessions, and are currently being finalized for a June release through Century Media Records.
Described by mainman Ola Lindgren (guitars/vocals) as “very hard and heavy” and a continuation of the band's classic Soulless effort (1994), Back From The Grave will feature the revamped line-up of Lindgren, Jonas Torndal (guitar), Jensa Paulsson (drums), and Fredrik "Fredda" Isaksson (bass—ex-THERION), which made its live debut on September 14th at Stockholm's Machine Bar (Hard Rock Café) on September 14th and followed it up with a successful appearance at Club Wasteland in Gävle.
Upcoming GRAVE gigs:
May 09 - Neiden (Torgau), GER @ F.ck The Commerce
Jun. 28-29 - Ustronie Morskie, POL @ Smash Fest
Jul. 05-07 - Roitzschjora (Leipzig), GER @ With Full Force
Aug. 08-10 - Bad Berka, GER @ Party-San Open Air
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