NOMINON Preparing To Enter Studio

Swedish death metallers NOMINON have issued the following update:

"Today (Wednesday, September 2) it is two weeks until we'll enter the gates of Necromorbus Studio in Stockholm with producer Tore Stjerna to start the recordings of what will become the fourth NOMINON album.

"The songwriting process has been very interesting and intense this time around and we're all amazed on how diverse and extreme the material really ended up. Altogether we've ten new songs and since we feel like it, we'll also re-record an old song as well that will be included on the mini-CD that is set to be released as soon as possible after the recordings are done via Deathgasm Records (most probably early November).

"The MCD will feature 3-4 songs and the album will have 9 songs; that's the plan as of now. We've no title set for the new album, or the MCD for that matter, but it'll all be sorted out in time."

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Video footage of NOMINON's October 16, 2008 performance in Bucharest, Romania can be viewed below.

NOMINON's third album, "Terra Necrosis", was released August 21, 2007 by Ibex Moon/Deathgasm.


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