HYPOCRISY Mainman: '13 Songs Done' For Next Album

Guitarist/vocalist Peter Tägtgren of Swedish extreme metallers HYPOCRISY has issued the following update:

"Mikael [Hedlund; bass] came to the Abyss [Peter's recording studio] the other day and between me and him we have 13 songs done [for the next HYPOCRISY album], and Horgh [drums; also in IMMORTAL] will come to studio beginning of January and crack the drums on it."

HYPOCRISY reissued its 2002 album "Catch 22" under the title "Catch 22 V2.0.08" on May 9. Peter Tägtgren re-recorded the guitar parts, his vocals and remixed and remastered the LP for the new version of the album, which featured bonus material.

The band previously stated about its decision to re-release the CD, "We still think it is a great fucking album but it got slammed and misunderstood because of the vocal style and the drum sound and so on."

HYPOCRISY's latest album, "Virus", came out in September 2005 via Nuclear Blast Records.

Watch HYPOCRISY's video for the song "Scrutinized" (taken from "Virus"):


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