LUCYFIRE, the side project of TIAMAT mastermind Johan Edlund, is working on its second album, tentatively due in 2007. The follow-up to 2001's "This Dollar Saved My Life at Whitehorse" is being produced by TIAMAT drummer Lars Sköld. No further information is currently available.
Edlund previously stated about the group's debut CD, "I felt like recording an album that's more representative of the fun side of rock music. No deep messages, no special meaning, no sharp-witted analyses, only straightforward rock songs that entertain and serve all the usual rock clichés."
"This Dollar Saved My Life at Whitehorse" was recorded with the help of drummer Bertram Engel, bassist John Kazder, keyboardist Mark Engelmann and guitarist Dirk Draeger, who also produced the record. Edlund, only supported by vocalist Silly Lemke, recorded all the tracks. The material was cut in Germany at the Woodhouse Studios in Hagen and at the Hafenklang in Hamburg, as well as at the P.U.K. studios in Denmark, where "This Dollar Saved My Life at Whitehorse" was also mixed.
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