GRIND INC. To Enter Studio In December
German death metallers GRIND INC. will enter almighty Catacomb Productions in December to begin recording their as-yet-untitled fifth album for an early 2013 release. The band states, "At the moment, we are heavily focused on the songwriting process, so expect some brutal results from Krefeld."
GRIND INC.'s fourth album, "Lynch And Dissect", was released in 2010. The CD was recorded at Catacomb Productions in Germany by Thomas Granzow and GRIND INC. and was mixed and mastered by Jörg Uken at Soundlodge studios. The cover artwork was once again handled by Björn Goosses of Killustrations.
GRIND INC. in 2009 parted ways with Thomas Strater (one of GRIND INC.'s two vocalists) due to "musical differences and circumstances of life."
The band did not search for a replacement singer and decided to continue as a four-piece.
GRIND INC. started out in 2001 as a side project of HATE FACTOR and NIGHT IN GALES members. The point was "to make the most brutal music possible without neglecting groove and having shitloads of fun," according to the band's official bio.
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