LANFEAR To Enter Studio In January

LANFEAR To Enter Studio In January

German power metallers LANFEAR will enter the studio on January 17, 2014 to begin recording their seventh album. The drums for the follow-up to 2012's "This Harmonic Consonance" will be recorded at Dreamsound Studios in Munich with engineer Jan Vacik. After that, the guitars, keyboards and bass will be tracked in the band's home studios.

Regarding the sound of the new LANFEAR material, the group states: "The new tracks are, of course, melodic, powerful, heavy, catchy, sophisticated, commercial, fast, slow and thrashy and we reinvented the wheel with these tracks. You know that phrase-mongering, don't you?"

"This Harmonic Consonance" was released in February 2012 via Pure Steel Records. The group previously described the effort as "the heaviest LANFEAR album until now. [It contains] some pretty fast tracks but also the very first doom song in our history! The end result will blow your heads off! You can definitely achieve a natural and authentic production without sounding as if the recording sessions were held in a garbage can!"

LANFEAR's fifth album, "X to the Power of Ten", came out in August 2008 via Locomotive Records.


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