HOUR OF PENANCE To Enter Studio In July

Italian death metallers HOUR OF PENANCE have finished writing material for their new album, entitled "The Vile Conception", due this fall through Unique Leader Records. The band will enter 16th Cellar Studio in Rome on July 10 with producer Stefano Saul Morabito to record 10 new songs of "insanely fast and twisted death metal," according to a press release.

Commented guitarist Giulio: "We worked very hard together during these months to bring you the best material we could achieve. What you will hear in the new album is the material of a renewed band. This time each member of HOUR OF PENANCE has contributed to give his best to the songs. The ten songs you will hear in the new album are simply the fastest, most brutal and tecnical songs ever written by the band. We're more than excited to enter the studios and record this heavy stuff!"

Artwork will be handled by Par Olofsson.

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