ION VEIN Finishes Tracking Bass For New Album, Continues Vocalist Search
Guitarist Chris Lotesto from Chicago-based progressive-power metallers ION VEIN has issued the following update:
"Just a quick update to let everyone know that we finished tracking bass for the new album on Tuesday and everything is sounding absolutely crushing so far! Everything is complete musically except guitar solos and some final colors/textures, which will take place at the very end, so now we just await the missing piece to the puzzle….a killer vocalist! If you are, or know of, a very powerful and very creative singer with an original sound and unique approach, please contact us at [email protected] with audio samples."
As previously reported, ION VEIN is tracking its third album with producer Neil Kernon (CANNIBAL CORPSE, NEVERMORE, DEICIDE, QUEENSRŸCHE) at Rax Trax studio in Chicago and will be shopping for a new label home upon completion.
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