THE APPARATUS Return To Recording Studio

Norwegian melodic death metalers THE APPARATUS have returned to Godt Selskap Studio (NECROPHAGIA, MANIFEST) in Trondheim, Norway to complete work on the song "All is Nothing" — an outtake from the group's debut album, "Heathen Agenda". "This track is planned to be used for compilations, first out is a 'Godt Selskap' disc which will contain unreleased tracks from bands that have done their recordings in this studio," reads a posting on the band's web site.

"Heathen Agenda", due in late October release through the British label Dream Catcher Records, will include 10 original tracks with an approximate playing time of 50 minutes. Songs set to appear on the CD include "Otherplace", "The Revelation" and "Worms". An audio preview of the album is available at this location.


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