German thrashers EXUMER are "in the final stages of mixing" their new album their first album in 24 years. The CD was recorded at a studio in Dortmund, Germany with producer Waldemar Sorychta (GRIP INC., ENEMY OF THE SUN, VOODOOCULT, THERION, TIAMAT, MOONSPELL) and will feature artwork by Baptiste Treton, a French-born artist who resides in Vietnam.
Commented EXUMER vocalist Mem V. Stein: "We basically took off from playing live for this entire year in order to concentrate solely on writing, recording and mixing this record.
"Waldemar was the most logical choice for us in regards to producing this very important album. We heard what he had done with the last SODOM album and we all agreed that he is capable of preserving the spirit of a 1980s thrash band but still make them sound relevant today. That is exactly what we envision for EXUMER. We became quite confident that we will achieve this objective after meeting Waldemar earlier this year and trust his intuition as a producer, songwriter and musician, as well as his ability to push EXUMER's envelope when it is necessary."
EXUMER began negotiating with several labels to release the upcoming CD and will announce the album's title once a record deal has been secured.
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