THE CLEANSING To Mix Debut Album This Month

THE CLEANSING, the new Danish band featuring former members of USIPIAN, has issued the following update:

"Just a short update regarding our forthcoming album: All the vocals are now finished except for some minor backing vocals which we plan to record next weekend. Unfortunately, Jacob Hansen [producer] had to reschedule our mix session, so the album won't be mixed until the end of May. But hey, better late than never! (And it will still be worth the wait!)"

THE CLEANSING last fall uploaded two demo tracks to its MySpace page. Check out the songs "Architectural Infinity" and "Derelict" at this location.


Toke Eld: Vocals
Jeppe Hasseriis: Guitar
Andreas Lynge: Guitar
Martin Rosendahl: Bass
Morten Lwe: Drums

THE CLEANSING performing live at The Rock in Copenhagen on November 30, 2007:


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