Swiss metallers SYBREED have tapped Dirk Verbeuren (SOILWORK, SCARVE) to lay down the drum tracks for the band's sophomore album, tentatively due before the end of the year. The drums will be recorded mid-June at the Taurus Studio in Geneva while the guitars, bass and vocals will be tracked during July and August in guitarist Thomas' (a.k.a. Drop) studio The Drone, also located in Geneva. The mixing sessions are tentatively scheduled to take place in September.

Regarding the new material, Thomas stated in a posting on the band's web site, "We are working on the last few details for the new songs, and in a few days we will have all the demo tracks for the album ready to be rehearsed for the recording." A demo version of a new SYBREED track, entitled "Emma Zero", can be heard at this location. Other songtitles set to appear on the band's upcoming CD include "Neurodrive", "Permafrost" and "Technocracy".

SYBREED's debut album, "Slave Design", was released in 2004 via Reality Entertainment.


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