Belgian death metallers SUHRIM have returned home from recording their third album, "Happy Hour", with the acclaimed producer duo of Wojtek and Slawek Wieslawscy at Hertz Studios (VADER, HATE, DECAPITATED) in Bialystok, Poland.Commented frontman Johan Antonissen: "The recordings went super. All is recorded, mixing is done. Two more weeks and then they do the master. What can I say? It is amazing what those brothers do. It sounds amazing already." "Happy Hour" is tentatively scheduled for release this spring/summer through the resurrected Shiver Records. The cover art and layout was created by Swedish artist Carlos Holmberg (SOILWORK, SCARVE, TERROR 2000).
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