SLUMBER To Enter Studio In September

Swedish melodic doom/death metallers SLUMBER have issued the following update:

"Recording of the album 'Resonance' will begin September 1. Four weeks recording is scheduled.

"We are proud beyond words of what we have achieved during these four years of hard struggle to make this HUGE voyager album.

"The album consists of 10-12 songs, approximately 50 minutes of intense journey through a wide spectrum of emotional highs and lows. An epic rollercoaster ride.

"We have achieved what we've been fighting incredibly hard for and can't fucking wait to release this beast!

"Now, for the first time in years, with pride and smile, I can say.... You're in for a reeeeal treat friends and foes!"

SLUMBER's debut album, "Fallout", was released in 2004 via Karmageddon/New Aeon Media.


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