SHE SAID DESTROY: New Album 'Sounds Amazing'
Norwegian extreme metallers SHE SAID DESTROY have issued the following update:
"We've been busy doing final tweaks on the mix of our new record and we've returned to the rehearsal space this week. A nine-week break from rehearsals will leave you pretty rusty don't try it if you can avoid it. That first rehearsal is pretty discouraging.
"No gigs planned for spring or summer yet. A new guitar player has just joined our collective part time, so we need to spend a while on getting our machinery well oiled and fine honed again.
"Now, the [new SHE SAID DESTROY] album. It sounds amazing. Love it. Hope you will too. How or when we'll be unleashing this thing I still don't know, but as i've said before, we're aiming for the fall. We did a couple of rough mix listening sessions in Oslo during the Inferno week (thanks to everyone that showed up!) and people dug it."
SHE SAID DESTROY's debut album, "Time like Vines", was released in Europe in April 2006 via Nocturnal Art Productions.
SHE SAID DESTROY performing live in the Czech Republic (2007):
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