PITCHBLACK Begins Recording New Album
Danish modern "melodeath thrashers" PITCHBLACK have entered guitarist Thomas "Pede" Pedersen's Earplug Studio in Copenhagen to begin recording their second album, "The Devilty", for an early 2010 release via an as-yet-undetermined record label. Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, SICK OF IT ALL, MNEMIC, HEAVEN SHALL BURN) will mix the CD, while the mastering duties will be handled by Niels Peter "Ziggy" Siegfredsen (ILLDISPOSED, HATESPHERE).
"The Devilty" track listing:
01. Replacing God
03. You're Fucking Below Me
04. Don't Make Me Mad
05. The Siren Song
06. I Return
07. One Day We'll Break Them
09. Revenge (…Injustice For All)
10. Slow The Hate
Check out PITCHBLACK's studio diary at this location.
Demo versions of three new tracks — "You're Fucking Below Me", "Don't Make Me Mad" and "Revenge (…Injustice For All)" — are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
PITCHBLACK's debut album, "Designed to Dislike", was released in Denmark on August 13, 2007 via Target Distribution. The CD was produced by Steen Mogensen (CORNERSTONE, ex-ROYAL HUNT).
Formed in late 2002, PITCHBLACK released two demo tapes prior to recording its debut album: 2003's "No Sympathy Left" and 2004's "PitchBlack Promo 2004".
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