NOMAD Recording New Album

NOMAD, the Polish death metal band featuring Seth of BEHEMOTH on guitar, has entered the studio with engineer Arek "Malta" Malczewski (BEHEMOTH, DEVILYN, AZARATH) to begin recording its new full-length album, tentatively titled "Transmigration Of Consciousness". The drum, bass and guitar tracks have already been completed and Bleyzabel Balberith has just returned from the studio where he laid down the vocal tracks on three songs. According to the group, "The final effort is very dark and evil; simply killer!"

NOMAD's last album, "The Independence Of Observation Choice (Luce Clarius)", was released in 2007 through Empire Records. You can get this beautiful slipcase CD, including a bonus track, directly from the band for only 6 EUR/9 USD plus postage.


Bleyzabel Balberith - Vocals
Patrick Seth Bilmorgh - Guitar
Nameless Immenus - Guitar
Hydrant Hydrousus - Bass
Domin Dominus - Drums

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