STROMMOUSSHELD Begin Recording New Album

After successful performances in Czech Republic and Slovakia, Polish experimental black metallers STROMMOUSSHELD have entered SH Studio in Poland to begin recording their long-awaited new full-length album.

"We've been waiting almost two years to finish the concept of the new album," the band write in a statement. "The story is focused around mental individuals vs. fanatic ideologies, permutations, organic connections and astrophysic rules. Expect complex riff structures, cold psychodelic industrial spaces, blur orchestrations, hypnotic drums and mesmeric vocals..."

STROMMOUSSHELD issued their most recent EP, "Halfdecadance", in 2004 via Metal Mind Productions.


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