MAYHEM: Prepare For An Attack Like No Other!
Norwegian black metallers MAYHEM have vowed to go make their next studio effort, "Chimera", "much more back to basics and much more brutal" than 2000's "Grand Declaration of War", according to post on the band's web site.
The group have also confirmed that they have have re-signed with Season Of Mist Records for the release of their new album, which is set to be recorded at a mobile studio in the mountains of Norway during November/December and is scheduled for release during March 2004.
"[Bassist] Necrobutcher [a.k.a. Jorn Stubberud] & [guitarist] Blasphemer [a.k.a. Rune Eriksen] met with [Season Of Mist] in Marseille [France] to negotiate a new contract, during which lightning and rain swept through the city when it had been bone dry for months," the band recount on their web site. "Lightning struck but a few meters from the office as the contract was being signed. The cursed existence of MAYHEM remains, prepare for an attack like no other…"
Among the tracks set to appear on "Chimera" are the following:
01. Rape Humanity With Pride
03. Dark Night Of The Soul
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