VOMITORY: In Writing Mode
Swedish death metallers VOMITORY have commenced the songwriting process for their new album which they plan to record in January 2009. "We have 3-4 songs finished already and it feels great," states drummer Tobias Gustaffsson. A May 2009 release via Metal Blade Records is expected.
In other news, VOMITORY has extended its contract with Metal Blade Records for another four LPs. "After doing four successful albums out of our six together with Metal Blade, it was no doubt that we wanted to continue working with them," states Gustaffsson. "Obviously, they like the way we deliver our death metal and we have no plans on letting them down on that from now on either!"
VOMITORY's latest album, "Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize", was recorded, mixed and mastered at Leon Music Studio in Karlstad, Sweden with producer/engineer Rikard Lfgren during December. The CD was released in April 2007.
The first two albums from VOMITORY "Raped In Their Own Blood" (1996) and "Redemption" (1999) were released on vinyl through Animate/Fadeless Records.
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