Quebec-based female-fronted metallers MERKABAH have finished recording their third album, "Ubiquity", for a late 2013 release. The band states: "Over the next few weeks, we'll be busy mixing it and listening to it over and over again until we get the best out of it. The first excerpt should thus be available very soon."
The cover artwork for "Ubiquity" can be seen below. Also available is a video teaser for the CD.
"Ubiquity" was recorded at Pierre Rémillard's (OBLIVEON, CRYPTOPSY, KRISIUN, MISERY INDEX) Wild Studio in a small town called St-Zénon in Quebec, Canada.
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. Mythomania 02. Divine Sparks 03. Red Letter Days 04. Agartha 05. Circles of Despair 06. Deadly Prophets Of The Printed Page 07. Brothers From The Seed Of Cain 08. Ubiquity
MERKABAH's second album, "The Realm Of All Secrets", was released in 2007. The CD was recorded at the band's studio and mixed and mastered at SNB studios in Montréal.
Jacinthe Poulin - Vocals
François Vachon - Guitar
Raynald Brochu - Guitar
Louis Doyon - Bass
Nicolas Bilodeau - Drums
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