Swedish thrashers THE HAUNTED have posted a new video clip featuring interviews with the bandmembers about the songwriting process for the group's new album, tentatively due in the fall via Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2006's "The Dead Eye" will once again be recorded at PUK studios in Denmark beginning on April 1, with the vocals sessions scheduled to take place at IN FLAMES' IF studio (former location of Studio Fredman) in Gothenburg, Sweden. Working songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Walk on Water", "Final Regression", "You", "Faultline" and "Narcotic".Watch the five-minute clip below. A high-definition version is available at this location. THE HAUNTED shot a video for the song "The Flood" with renowned director Roger Johansson (ARCH ENEMY, IN FLAMES). Click here to check it out.
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