Finland's KALMAH have entered the studio to begin recording their fourth album, tentatively due early next year via Spikefarm Records. The following update has been posted at the band's official web site:
"So, this is our third day in Swamphell (read studio) now. Everything has gone well so far, we've had our drummer Janne [Kusmin] in fire and nearly got all the drumming parts ready. Today we're going to recheck some of our songs just because we believe we can play part of them a little bit better! Janne hasn't even yet lost his nerves..."
Check out pictures from the studio at this location.
Earlier in the year, KALMAH inked a new deal with Spikefarm Records (a division of Spinefarm). Demo samples of the new songs "Bitter Metallic Side" and "Infernal Death" are still available for download at this location.
KALMAH last year announced the addition of keyboardist Marco Sneck (POISONBLACK) to the group's ranks. The group's current lineup is as follows:
Pekka Kokko - Guitar, Vocals
Antti Kokko - Lead Guitar
Janne Kusmin - Drums
Timo Lehtinen - Bass
Marko Sneck – Keyboards
KALMAH's third album, "Swampsong", was released in May 2003 through Spikefarm in Finland and Century Media Records in North America.
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