SOMBERLAIN Begin Recording Full-Length Debut

Brazilian death metallers SOMBERLAIN entered the studio on January 21 to begin recording their full-length debut, tentatively due in March/April. "We recorded the drums in two days and now we are puting the equalizers and triggers on the drums," said bassist Delano Lima. "I suppose that between the end of March and April we will finish the recordings. After seeing Bruno (drums) showing an amazing work I can tell for sure that it will be a killer album, which will make us very proud, and satisfy the people who support us. In a few days we will begin to record the guitars."

SOMBERLAIN had previously recorded two four-song EPs — "Humanity's Funeral" (2004) and "Awakening in the Darkness" (2002) — both of which are available for download via the group's official web site.


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