Finland's IMPALED NAZARENE will record a live album in Italy between September 17 and September 19. The group will record three shows (Milan, Catania, Ascoli) with their sound engineer Tapio Pennanen and his assistant, Erkki Saviharju."We are celebrating 15 years as a band next year so it is about fucking time to do a profesional live CD which will also serve as a 'best-of' for those not so familiar with our material," the band write on their web site. "We are practising total of 28 to 30 songs for the shows and the setlist will cover our whole career, including our 7" EPs!!!! The live CD will be mixed at Sonic Pump studios by Mr. Pennanen. An early 2005 release through Osmose Productions is expected. In other news, IMPALED NAZARENE's last album, "All That You Fear", which was issued last November through Osmose Productions, will receive a Brazilian release on September 25 through Haunted Records.
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