THE DUSKFALL Featured In Independent Horror Movie
Swedish metallers THE DUSKFALL will enter the studio on April 1 to begin recording their as-yet-untitled fourth album.
In other news, THE DUSKFALL is featured in a new independent horror movie called "Five across the Eyes". "They even liked the chorus for our song 'Case Closed' so much so they used it for the movie title," the band writes on its web site. "We are really honoured that they used our music in their movie as we all are big fans of horror movies." More information on the movie is available by clicking here.
THE DUSKFALL last year announced the addition of bassist Matte Järnil (ex-21ST IMPACT) to the group's ranks. Järnil replaces former member Marco Eronen, who left THE DUSKFALLin July 2006 to focus on his main band, RAISED FIST.
THE DUSKFALL's third album, "Lifetime Supply of Guilt", is available now on Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Source" was produced by Daniel Bergstrand, who has previously worked with IN FLAMES, MESHUGGAH and STUCK MOJO, among others. Mastering duties were handled at the Cutting Room in Solna, Sweden.
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