MY DYING BRIDE Begins Recording New Album

UK doom legends MY DYING BRIDE have entered the studio to begin recording their next album. Pre-production started last week and the band has since gone into full studio mode at Futureworks in Manchester, with Mags once again at the helm.

According to guitarist Andrew Craighan, there are no song or album titles yet, but the feel of the album is, in his words, "heading for empty and bleak with flashes of rage."

MY DYING BRIDE last year announced the addition of bassist Lena Ab and drummer Dan Mullins (THINE, BAL-SAGOTH, SERMON OF HYPOCRISY) to the group's ranks.

The band's ninth studio effort, "A Line of Deathless Kings", was released in October 2006 via Peaceville/Snapper Music.

MY DYING BRIDE performing at Summer Darkness 2007:

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