Florida's INFERNAEON has completed recording its second full-length album for a late summer release via Prosthetic Records. The CD was recorded at Erik Rutan's Mana Recording Studios (GOATWHORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, HATE ETERNAL) in St. Petersburg, Florida with producer Brian Elliott. The follow-up to 2007's "A Symphony of Suffering" marks the group's first release with new guitarists Taylor Nordberg and Steven Harger and bassist Mike Poggion.
Commented INFERNAEON founder and ex-MONSTROSITY vocalist Brian Werner: "It's been one hell of an adventure getting this thing done, man; we went up to down, good to bad and back to better than before. We faced a ton of obstacles in the process of this and rolled right over every motherfucker that got in our way and at the end of the day, perseverance really paid off.
"It was an honor to work with everyone in involved in this final product and it turned out better than we ever could have imagined."
INFERNAEON has shared stages with the likes of MALEVOLENT CREATION, DEICIDE, ATHEIST, DEEDS OF FLESH, VILE, and IMPALED, and is ready to show the underworld that Florida is still firmly atop the heap of extreme metal.
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