IMPALED NAZARENE Re-Sign With OSMOSE, Prepare To Record New Album
Finnish extreme metallers IMPALED NAZARENE have re-signed with Osmose Productions for two more albums!! "We are more than happy to continue working with Osmose," the band write on their web site.
IMPALED NAZARENE will enter Sonic Pump studios on November 21 to begin recording their next album. The follow-up to 2003's "All That You Fear" will be recorded and mixed by Tapio Pennanen. "We are at the moment writing and rehearsing the album and gotta say it will be fast, brutal as fuck, in-your-face IMPALED NAZARENE once again," the group write on their web site.
In other news, the double 10" version of IMPALED NAZARENE's "Death Comes In 26 Carefully Selected Pieces" live album will be released in September 2005, limited to 500 copies. The album will receive a North American release on July 12 via The End Records.
Also on the IMPALED NAZARENE-related front, "Latex Cult" (1996) and "Rapture" (1998) will be released in the digipack format with new artwork and layout. Both CDs will be remastered at Finnvox studio and will include videos as an extra bonus.
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