PROFESSIONAL MURDER MUSIC are currently finishing up work on a collection of acoustic recordings and cover versions for release later in the year. Guitarist Tom Logan commented on the project's progress via the following update on the band's official Discussion Forum:"The 'acoustic'/covers project is well under way. Drums are tracked, bass is covered, and as of tonight guitars are finished... Keyboards and vocals left to go then it's mixing time. Everything is sounding amazing. "The 'acoustic' material is quite unique. A completely different approach to the songs. Don't let the word 'acoustic' scare you either... This is no MTV unplugged. As for the cover songs... I can only say that they all have taken on new life as we have made them our own while staying true to the originals... These are not going to be simply 'metaled-out' or 'industrialized' typical cover songs. We have chosen what we feel are some great songs. Some are 'classics' and some are more modern. That being said, if you think you know what to expect, you're probably wrong."
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