INTRONAUT, the notorious post-metal prog act hailing from Los Angeles, has entered the studio to begin tracking its fourth full-length album for a spring release via Century Media Records. Drums will be recorded by producer John Haddad (EXHUMED, PHOBIA) at Trench Studios, while Derek Donley (BEREFT) will be handling recording duties for the instruments. Andrew Schneider (UNSANE, CAVE IN) will be mixing the album and David D'Andrea will be working with the band again on artwork and layout.
Commented INTRONAUT vocalist and guitarist Sacha Dunable: "After a year of intense, full-time writing mode, we are elated to begin recording our fourth full-length this week. It's a little early to have perspective on how it compares to our past records, but it should be a banger. Expect a wildly technical, emotionally charged, organic sounding record."
Video footage of INTRONAUT practicing a new song can be seen below.
INTRONAUT's last studio album, "Valley Of Smoke", was met with vast critical acclaim and the band toured extensively in support of the CD.
In addition to landing a slot as direct support for TOOL, INTRONAUT hit the road with ANIMALS AS LEADS, CYNIC, THE OCEAN, HELMET and more.
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