HARADWAITH Hard At Work On New Material
HARADWAITH, the German black metal band featuring former ENDSTILLE frontman Iblis, has issued the following update:
"It has been quiet some time since the last update. However, this neither means that nothing's been going on nor that we've been lazy. So let's fill you in on some details about our latest actions.
"As you all know, we are currently working on our second album and so far it looks like it will contain six main songs and some instrumental parts.
"We are really excited about the way things work out and hope to enter the studio at the end of the year."
HARADWAITH's debut album, "Creating Hell", came out last November via Black Bards Entertainment. The CD was recorded at Jak's Hell studio in Germany, where all the ENDSTILLE albums were tracked.
Iblis - Vocals
Raudhrskal - Guitar
Slaktare - Guitar
Vorst - Bass
Erebor - Drums
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