OMNIUM GATHERUM: 'Years In Waste' To Receive U.S. Release In March

Nuclear Blast Records has set a March 22 U.S. release date for the sophomore album from Finnish death metallers OMNIUM GATHERUM, entitled "Years in Waste". Japan will receive the album sometime in the coming months via the Marquee Avalon label. The follow-up to 2003's "Spirits and August Light" was recorded at Sonic Pump studios in Helsinki, Finland with producer Nino Laurenne and engineer Teemu Aalto and was released in Europe in early November.

The Japanese version of "Years in Waste" will include demo versions of the songs "No Moon & No Queen" and "It's A Long Night".

OMNIUM GATHERUM recently finished recording cover versions of MEGADETH's "Hangar 18" and DEATH's "Suicide Machine" at the Woodbine Garden Studio for use as bonus tracks on upcoming releases.


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