LECHEROUS NOCTURNE To Enter Studio In Late April/Early May

LECHEROUS NOCTURNE, the Greenville, SC-based extreme metal band featuring NILE guitarist Dallas Toler-Wade on drums, are finishing up the writing of their next CD. The album, which will include eight new tracks and two songs off the group's previously released EP, will be recorded at Sound Lab studios in Colombia, SC beginning in late April/early May. "LECHEROUS won't be playing any shows until the CD is finished and/or when Dallas gets of tour with NILE and has some down time," the band write in a press release. "After the recording is pressed, we will be shopping it for label support."

LECHEROUS NOCTURNE recently announced the addition of bassist Joe Payne (ex-LUST OF DECAY) to the group's ranks. Rounding out the group's lineup are Kreishloff (guitars), Chris Lollis (guitars) and Hohenstein (vocals). More information is available at LecherousNocturne.com.


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