Swedish metallers EVERGREY have returned to their rehearsal studios to prepare their next studio album. The band is tentatively scheduled to begin recording the follow-up to this year's "Monday Morning Apocalypse" in February for a May 2007 release.
Commented guitarist/vocalist Tom S. Englund, "So far the material sounds about the heaviest and darkest we have released to date."
As previously reported, EVERGREY will team up with HARDCORE SUPERSTAR and AVATAR for the third annual "Chaos Before New Year" concert, set to take place on December 29 at Trädgårn in Gothenburg, Sweden. Previous participants in the event, which takes place between Christmas and New Year, have included IN FLAMES and DARK TRANQUILLITY.
EVERGREY guitarist Henrik Danhage will be filling in for IN FLAMES guitarist Björn Gelotte on the latter band's upcoming U.S. tour due to the fact that Gelotte's wife is about to give birth to the couple's second child.
"Monday Morning Apocalypse" was recorded at Division One Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden by the experienced production team of Sanken Sandquist and Stefan Glaumann, who have previously worked with such artists as RAMMSTEIN, BON JOVI, BRITNEY SPEARS and DEF LEPPARD.
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