MERENDINE ATOMICHE Commence Songwriting Process For New Album
Italy's MERENDINE ATOMICHE will take much of the next year to compose the follow-up to 2003's "Walk Across Fire", with plans to return to the recording studio in the summer of 2005. "This choice came up for take care to all the parts of the production and try to pull out from themselves all the best they can," the band write on their web site. "The name of the album, the track listing and the name and place of the studios will be announced in late 2004. [On the CD] you'll find other special guests like in the last album. During this period the band will play this summer in a couples of festival."
MERENDINE ATOMICHE's last CD, "Walk Across Fire", was recorded at Stockholm, Sweden's Sunlight Studios with producer Tomas Skogsberg (ENTOMBED, DISMEMBER, HELLACOPTERS) and includes guest appearances from ANNIHILATOR guitarist Jeff Waters and KONKHRA frontman Anders Lundemark.
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