INEVITABLE END Completes Work On New Album
Sweden's INEVITABLE END has completed work on its second full-length album, "The Oculus", for an early 2011 release via Relapse Records. The The follow-up to 2009's "The Severed Inception" was recorded at HoBoRec Studio in Huskvarna, Sweden with producer Ulf Blomberg. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Tell Us, Parasites", "Dogmaties Paralies", "While Surpassing Ether", "Chamber of Apathy" and "Cadaver Inc."
Commented INEVITABLE END vocalist Andreas Gerden: "It's been great working with the new material and we're really satisfied with the sound Ulf has given it. It feels massive and maybe even more intense than our debut at points. We've allowed ourselves to experiment quite a bit this time around and combined a lot of different elements ranging from post-metal and doom to grindcore, and also mixing in some new, exciting instruments into our sound.”
Upcoming INEVITABLE END shows:
Nov. 05 - Boras, Sweden - Puls
Nov. 12 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Sticky Fingers
Dec. 11 - Julslakten, Sweden - Kulturens Hus
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