Norwegian black/death metallers SULPHUR will enter Conclave Media studios on December 1 with producer Bjørnar Nilsen to begin recording their second album for an early 2009 release via Osmose Productions. According to the band, "pre-production of all [ten] songs [is] now finished and we've just started the rehearsing process to prepare for the recording session. The album title will be announced at a later time."Osmose Productions previously stated in a press release that SULPHUR fans "can expect a pretty different album this time, more of those crazy synths and samples, much heavier, intense guitars and a more powerful production." SULPHUR's debut album, "Cursed Madness", was released in January 2007 via Osmose Productions.
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