Dutch death metallers GOD DETHRONED have entered Soundlodge Studios in Germany to begin recoring their new album, tentatively due before the end of the year. "Drums and rhythm guitars are already recorded and we're very pleased with the result so far," guitarist Isaac Delahaye writes on the band's web site. "This will definitely be our best effort so far; I can feel it in my little toe! Arien [Van Weesenbeek] did an amazing job behind his drum kit and took his playing to a higher level. There's a lot more variation and dynamics this time and everything sounds very powerful, so expect some crazy double-bass rolls, super-fast fills, but above all... GROOVE!! You just have to tap your feet and wave with your arms when you hear it... It took quite some time to play all four rhythm guitars 100% tight, but we finally made it! Also in the guitar parts you can expect technical riffing mixed with heavy melodic atmospheres. Can't say too much though, but we're extremely happy about it. We look terribly stupid playing air drums & guitar while listening to the new songs, but I guess that's a good sign. Anyway, there's more work to do. Overdubs, melodies & bass guitar are next."
GOD DETHRONED's most recent album, "The Lair of the White Worm", was released in November 2004 via Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Into the Lungs of Hell" was recorded at Berno Studios in Malmö, Sweden by Henrik Larsson and was mastered at Franky's Recording Kitchen by Berthus Westerhuis.