HYPOCRISY Finish Laying Down Drums For New Album

Drummer Horgh (ex-IMMORTAL) of HYPOCRISY has posted the following update at the band's official web site:

"I want to share some info about what's going on in the HYPOCRISY camp with you. As I write this, I have recorded the drums for the next HYPO album and I'm back in Bergen, Norway, where I live.

"I brought my new drum kit to the studio and it sounded killer. We all got impressed about how quick we found the sound we wanted. We spent like a half day finding the drum sound and then everything was ready for me to start the recordings.

"The recording process was as cool as it can get. Peter [Tägtgren, guitar/vocals] and Mikael [Hedlund, bass] were there in the studio all the time and within three and a half day I recorded eleven new songs.

"On the 9th of November, Mikael will start recording the bass guitar. When he is done with that, I am sure he will let you know how it went here on our official website www.hypocrisy.tv."

HYPOCRISY's most recent album, "The Arrival", was released last February through Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Catch-22" was recorded at frontman Tägtgren's Abyss studios.


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