Six years since recording the critically hailed "From Misery...Comes Darkness" debut CD, Seattle's own dark death metal machine IN MEMORIUM entered Two Sticks Audio on September 11, 2008 to begin recording its newest full-length opus, "Lost to Antiquity", with producer Don Gunn at the helm. As of November 22, 2008, all tracks have been completed, with the mixing process to begin this month.
"Lost to Antiquity" will feature seven songs of deadly, razor-sharp blackened death metal, covering a wide spectrum of styles within the boundaries of extreme metal whilst retaining the signature IN MEMORIUM sound that was established on 1999's "An Ancient Word" MCD/EP and expanded upon on 2003's "From Misery...Comes Darkness" CD. Songtitles set to appear on the new album include "One Above All", "Beneath the Endless Ocean", "O' Hail Glorious Death", "Discipline", "The Awakening", "Erosion" and "In Memorium". The artwork and layout is completed and was realised by local underground artist Rouman Kirinkov.
"The early mixes have been very promising," says vocalist Nihilist, "and we look forward to completing this eternally damned and delayed release, for a tentative April 2009 release on Moribund Cult."
For more info, visit www.inmemoriummetal.com.
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