THY DISEASE To Enter Studio In October

Polish industrial metallers THY DISEASE will enter Creative Music studio in early October to begin recording their new album for an early 2012 release. Nine "completely new compositions" and three "bonus tracks" will be laid down during the sessions, with Tomasz Zalewski (Studio Zed) set to master the CD.

THY DISEASE's latest album, "Anshur-Za", was released in November 2009 via Mystic Productions. The follow-up to 2006's "Rat Age" was recorded in three different studios and was once again produced by Tomasz Zalewski. The CD's artwork was created by Xaay, who has previously worked with BEHEMOTH.

"Anshur-Za" included two bonus tracks cover versions of MADONNA's "Frozen" and DEPECHE MODE's "Sinner In Me".


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