Australia's extreme industrial metal collective THE AMENTA will enter The Vault Studios in Sydney, Australia this week to mix its latest release, "n0n", with longtime engineer Lachlan Mitchell (NAZXUL). Mastering for the album will take place at Studios 301 with Australia's premier mastering engineer Steve Smart.
THE AMENTA describes the new album's sound as a fusion of extreme metal, electronic noise and dub. The follow-up to 2004's "Occasus" will feature 12 tracks in total, including "Skin", "Rape", "Cancer", "Whore", "Dystrophy", "Atrophy", "Slave", "Vermin", "Dirt", "Spine", and "Junky". With each song featuring over 100 actual recorded tracks, THE AMENTA's new album pushes technology to its absolute limits.
The recording of the album spanned three different countries and seven different studios. "n0n" contains a myriad of different contributors and performers with no less than two drummers, six vocalists and two bass players recording on the album which features guest appearances from Jason Mendonca (AKERCOCKE), Alice Daquet (SIR ALICE), Alex Pope (RUINS) and more.
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