SAWTHIS: Behind-The-Scenes Footage From 'Youniverse' Studio Sessions

SAWTHIS: Behind-The-Scenes Footage From 'Youniverse' Studio Sessions

Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of "Youniverse", the third album from Italian modern thrashers SAWTHIS, can be seen below. Due on September 30 via Bakerteam Records, the follow-up to 2010's "Egod" "will sound more thrash-oriented and it will be a concept album based on the theme of multiple personality disorder," according to a press release. The CD was once again recorded at Potemkin Studios with producer Paolo Ojetti (INFERNAL POETRY).

SAWTHIS earlier in the year parted ways with guitarist Andrea Giordano due to musical differences. He has since been replaced by Janos Murri (ex-RESURRECTURIS, DARKSIDE, DEMOLITION), who has already performed with the band on two European tours.

"Egod" was released in May 2010 via Scarlet Records.



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