IMMOLATION To Record New Album In Early 2020

IMMOLATION To Record New Album In Early 2020

Guitarist Robert Vigna of veteran New York death metallers IMMOLATION says that the band is continuing work on the follow-up to 2017's "Atonement". The band's tenth studio album was the first to feature former INCANTATION guitarist Alex Bouks.

"We're working on it now," Vigna told Australia's Heavy magazine (hear audio below). "We definitely have a bunch of stuff written. We try and keep a schedule, and then things get pushed back. So it's just the way it goes. But we're working on the music. We're hoping to have it recorded probably very early next year and get it out sometime in the spring of next year. So we're pretty much trying to stay in the target we initially set. But we have a lot of touring now, and from this point on, we're pretty much on the road until the first week of December, on and off. So it's a lot of touring. But that's okay… We really wanted to get out there and kind of get ourselves out and about and then work on the new music at the same time."

"Atonement" was recorded at Millbrook Sound Studios in Millbrook, New York with longtime producer Paul Orofino, and was mixed and mastered once again by Zack Ohren (ALL SHALL PERISH, DECREPIT BIRTH, SUFFOCATION).

Bassist/vocalist Ross Dolan recently described the musical direction of IMMOLATION's new material as "dark" and "more sinister" with "a real creepy kind of vibe."

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