INVOCATION OF NEHEK: Debut Album To be Produced By UNEARTH Guitarist

Hartford, Connecticut's INVOCATION OF NEHEK will enter Blue Jay Recording Studio (AEROSMITH, ALICE COOPER) on July 1 to start recording their full-length debut with UNEARTH guitarist Ken Susi in the producer's chair. The tentatively self-titled album will be released later in the fall.

The band, whose three-song demo was also produced by Susi, have been forced to cancel their July 4 show as well as their upcoming Canadian tour in order to focus on the recording. "We're real sorry for having to cancel, but we wanted to get Ken before he took off for Ozzfest," apologized guitarist Robb Cyr. "We'll have a new record out and a great label behind us so I'm sure you'll be seeing us soon."

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