SEVERE TORTURE: In Recording Mode
Dutch death metallers SEVERE TORTURE have entered the studio to begin recording their new album for a late June release on Earache Records. "Seth already did an amazing job on drums and created an ultra-tight foundation for the new songs," guitarist Thijs van Laarhoven said. "Marvin [Vriesde] and I finished recording all the guitars last week and it turned out heavy as hell. All the leads were finished last Sunday and yesterday Pat [Patrick Boleij] finished his bass tracks and thus far all the stuff sounds absolutely killer! Next weekend Dennis [Schreurs] will start recording the vocals.
"The new record will feature 10 new songs and we recorded three special suprises to be used for bonus tracks etc.. Also a big chance that there will be some special guests on the album, but more about that later!"
SEVERE TORTURE's latest album, "Fall of the Despised", was released in November 2005 via Earache Records.
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