Rome, Italy-based death metal band FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE will enter 16th Cellar Studios in the group's hometown this week to record a new EP entitled "Mafia".
Commented bassist/vocalist Paolo Rossi: "We can't wait to spread this new material around. These new songs sond more epic than ever, faster and violent as well. So get ready for a new blast of classical insanity!!! Moreover, that's the first effort of the new lineup and we're very excited about that."
The "Mafia" recording lineup will be as follows:
Tommaso Riccardi - Lead Vocals, Guitars
Paolo Rossi - Vocals, Bass
Cristiano Trionfera - Vocals, Guitars
Francesco Paoli - Drums, Guitars and Vocals
Francesco Ferrini - Piano
FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE last year parted ways with drummer Francesco Struglia and replaced him with Francesco Paoli.
The band's last CD, "Oracles", was recorded in May 2008 at 16th Cellar Studio.
Featuring members of HOUR OF PENANCE, FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE plays death metal with a "classical" approach; inspired by CANNIBAL CORPSE and SUFFOCATION, and infuenced by J.S. Bach and L. Van Beethoven.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/fleshgodapocalypse.
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