LOCH VOSTOK To Begin Work On Debut CD

Swedish “jazz metallers” LOCH VOSTOK, featuring former members of MAYADOME, will enter DugOut studio in Uppsala, Sweden with producer Daniel Bergstrand (i.e. MESHUGGAH, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, STUCK MOJO, DRAGONLORD, etc.) on May 31st to record their debut album, entitled Dark Logic, for an as-yet-undisclosed record label. 13 tracks will be recorded, out of which eight will be selected to appear on the upcoming CD. The songs due to be recorded are as follows:

01. Impressions
02. Marrow
03. Ghosts
04. Dig Deeper
05. Admire and Resent
06. Blunt Force Trauma
07. Falling Star
08. Naked
09. The Forsaken One
10. Narcosis
11. The Interview
12. Nothingness
13. The Method

In other news, LOCH VOSTOK have acquired a new bassist by the name of Tym Jonsson as a replacement for Erik Grandin, who recently moved to the US.


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