WITHIN Y: Video, Photos From Latest Studio Sessions Posted Online
WITHIN Y, the Swedish melodic death metal band featuring former GARDENIAN drummer Thim Blom, have uploaded another video clip and more photos from the recording sessions for their sophomore album at GBG Sound studio. Check out the clip at this location (Windows Media). The latest photos can be viewed by clicking here. The as-yet-untitled effort is due in early 2006.
WITHIN Y recently announced the addition of guitarist Niknam Moslehi to the group's ranks. Moslehi joins the band as the replacement for Niklas Almen, who left the group late last year.
WITHIN Y's debut album, "Extended Mental Dimensions", was released in March 2004 through Holland's Karmageddon Media (formerly Hammerheart Records). The CD was recorded and mixed during August and early September 2003 at Meta4Music Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden. Artwork was created by art-wizard Niklas Sundin of Cabin Fever Media.
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