Utah-based progressive/power metal band KATAGORY V have commenced the recording process for their new album, tentatively titled "The Rising Anger". The band have finished tracking all the instrumentation, and are moving onto Lynn Allers' vocal tracks now. "I honestly don't think I've been this excited about recording my vocals before," said Lynn. "Mike [producer] and Curtis [Morrell, guitar] have got a great sound so far, it's heavy, it's huge, and things are sounding really crisp. It's definitely nothing like our previous albums, it's hard to explain, it's just big sounding and very melodic. I'm looking forward to putting my voice over the music."KATAGORY V are looking to wrap up production and mix the album down in February/March for an early/mid summer release. For more information on KATAGORY V, visit www.katagory5.com.
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