HOUR OF PENANCE: New Album Title, Release Date Revealed
Italian death metallers HOUR OF PENANCE have set "Paradogma" as title of their fourth album, due on March 2 via Unique Leader Records. The CD cover art is being created by Gyula Havancsàk, who has previously worked with such acts as ANNIHILATOR and DESTRUCTION.
"Paradogma" was recorded at 16th Cellar studios in Rome with producer Stefano Morabito and was mastered at Hertz Studios in Poland.
HOUR OF PENANCE's current lineup:
Giulio Moschini - Guitar
Mauro Mercurio - Drums
Silvano Leone - Bass
Francesco Paoli - Vocals
HOUR OF PENANCE's last album, "The Vile Conception", was released on February 23, 2008 via Unique Leader Records. The CD was recorded at 16th Cellar with Morabito and contains 10 songs of "insanely fast and twisted death metal," according to a press release. Artwork was handled by Pär Olofsson.
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