San Francisco power/thrash metallers IMAGIKA will enter Sonic Ranch studios (formerly Village Productions) in Tornillo, Texas next month with producer Neil Kernon (CANNIBAL CORPSE, NEVERMORE, QUEENSRŸCHE) to begin recording their fourth album, tentatively titled "FallenGod", for a late 2003 release through an as-yet-undisclosed label. "We are very excited about the opportunity to work with Neil, and we feel this will be some of our best material to date," the group write on their official web site. "The band has endured plenty of unforeseen delays and obstacles the past year. But our spirit has not waned and we are very dedicated and committed to giving the metal community a straight-from-the-heart, soul-crushing metal CD!"IMAGIKA, who were previously signed to Germany's Massacre Records, released their last album, "And So It Burns", in October 2000. For more information on IMAGIKA, including MP3s of the new demo tracks "Streets Of Gold" and "In Fire", visit the band's official web site at this location.
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