Swedish technical death metal outfit SPAWN OF POSSESSION have signed a multi-album deal with Neurotic Records. The band will enter Pama Studios in Kristianopel, Sweden in January/February with producer Magnus Sedenberg to record their as-yet-untitled new album, tentatively due next spting/summer.

According to an official press release. the follow-up to 2003's "Cabinet" album will be "even more technical, but at the same time it consists of more grooving and recognisable parts, while also [featuring a] more epic [approach] all over." The writing process is in full progress, and so far about half a full length's worth of material has been completed. The lyrical approach, music and artwork will all benefit the reflection of a concept based on a, what at this point is best described as, "surreal ghost story."

Ruud Lemmen, founder of Neurotic Records, comments: "We are extremely delighted to announce SPAWN OF POSSESSION as latest addition to our roster. We absolutely love the band ever since we saw them at their first gig out of Sweden and we have always been in great contact for various reasons. We see a bright future ahead for them, and we are truly honoured to be the privileged ones to push them forward for their next few steps. These lads are not on their top yet, and the world has yet to see the very best of them."

SPAWN OF POSSESSION bass player Nick Dewerud adds: "It feels great to become a part of the ever growing and promising Neurotic cycle. Together with them we are prepared and ready to climb even higher on the ladder of sophisticated brutality and set new standards in the community of extreme music. Brace yourselves for a substantial assault from SPAWN OF POSSESSION!"


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