Finnish metallers PAIN CONFESSOR have entered the studio to record some of their newly written material. The sessions will be engineered and helmed by the bandmembers themselves, with the mixing and mastering set to be overseen by Janne Saksa of Studio Sound Supreme. The group states, "[Saturday night, November 14] we will set up a little recording studio for tomorrow's first drum session. From there on we shall proceed to guitar and bass parts, which will probably rock our world immensely and finish the feat laying down some keyboards and vocals. Goddamn, this will be fun!"PAIN CONFESSOR last year uploaded two new demo tracks — "X9" and "Reality Of Now" — to the band's MySpace page. The songs were recorded at the group's home studio and were mixed by Saksa, who "really made this work by mixing the whole thing and adding his own unique and special touch that we really have missed," according to the band. PAIN CONFESSOR parted ways with Megamania Records and is currently seeking a new label home. The band's third album, "Purgatory of the Second Sun", entered the Finnish chart at position No. 15 back in March 2007. "Purgatory of the Second Sun" was recorded at Fantom studio and was previously described by the band as "raw and furious." PAIN CONFESSOR's "Ne Plus Ultra" single entered the Finnish national chart at position No. 1. In addition to the title cut, the single included a cover of SURVIVOR's "Eye of the Tiger", which had "gone through a serious metal facelift," according to the group. A video for "Ne Plus Ultra" was shot by Vasara Films and can be viewed below.