EVENTIDE: New Songtitles Revealed
Swedish metallers EVENTIDE recently entered the studio to begin recording their sophomore full-length album, tentatively due in early 2010. The band states, "All the rhythm guitars are done. It's been a couple of months of hard work to first get the amp sound we were looking for and then record 4-6 rhythm-tracks plus harmonies on 13 songs. But patience is almost always rewarded and I can tell you that the sound we've achieved is really something extra! Next on the agenda: Solos, bass and then vocals."
Songtitles set to appear on EVENTIDE's forthcoming album:
* The Beast And The Machine
* Through Black Holes
* Mr. Death
* Life, The Obstacle
* Mechanical Slaves
* The Observer
* The Final Spin
* Release The Floods
EVENTIDE released a promotional CD last year entitled "Planet Plague". The effort contains four tracks and was made available for free on the band's web site and MySpace page.
EVENTIDE's debut album, "Diaries from the Gallows", was released in October 2006 via Cartel Media. The CD was recorded at Los Angered studios in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Photo credit: Dennis Löfstrand
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