Bosnia's TOXICDEATH Prepares To Record Sophomore Album

Bosnian tech-death metal act TOXICDEATH will enter the studio at the end of the month to record its second full-length album, entitled "Techniques of Darkness". A spring release through WalkRecords is expected.

Commented guitarist/vocalist Nedzad Bibic: "I am really excited about this new stuff! It represents death metal in its purest form and since we are now using keyboards as a full-time instrument, this will be very dark music. There will also be a lot of great guitar work on it, too. I cannot wait for our fans to hear it! It's different and it's a new chapter in death metal music, that's for sure."

TOXICDEATH released its debut album, "Contamination", in 2004 through WalkRecords.

In other news, TOXICDEATH will support Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH on May 27 in Zagreb, Croatia. Video footage from the band's show in Belgrade, Serbia when TOXICDEATH supported Dutch death metallers SINISTER has been uploaded to the band's MySpace page.


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