REVENGIA: New Album To Be Mastered This Week
REVENGIA, the Swedish metal band featuring ARCH ENEMY drummer Daniel Erlandsson, has issued the following update:
"So we're seeing the end of the production road for [the new REVENGIA album] 'Eraser' now. We got a bit delayed because we had to go in and change some levels in the mix. A thing that would not had been possible without today's computerized technology. But a great mix got better, so it was for the best. It´s been a long (but pleasant) ride and one of the last stops is mastering the record. It will be done by Peter In de Betou at Tailor Maid on Thursday."
"Eraser" track listing (NOTE: Not all songs will appear on the album):
03. Sweet Dreams
05. Still a Tomorrow Dawning
08. Hollow Soul
09. Prince of Darkness
10. Holy Lies
11. Breathe Me
12. Back to Hell
Check out the cover artwork by Joe Petagno at this location. An audio clip of the track "Eraser" can be downloaded here.
REVENGIA's last album, "A Decade in the Dark", was produced and mixed by Matti Almsenius at ZerOonE in Varberg during 2001–2004, and was released in June 2004 via Metal Fortress Entertainment.
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