NIGHTRAGE Enter Studio To Record Sophomore Album

NIGHTRAGE, the Swedish melodic death metal band featuring singer Tomas Lindberg (THE GREAT DECEIVER, LOCKUP, DISFEAR, ex-AT THE GATES, THE CROWN), and guitarists Marios Iliopoulos (EXHUMATION) and Gus G. (DREAM EVIL, MYSTIC PROPHECY, FIREWIND), have entered Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström (IN FLAMES, HAMMERFALL, DIMMU BORGIR, THE HAUNTED) to begin recording their sophomore album, tentatively due in January 2005 through Century Media Records. Songtitles set to appear on the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2003's "Sweet Vengeance" include "Jubilant Cry", "Silent Solitude", "Gallant Deeds", "Poems" and "Frozen". The band also recently added a new drummer and bassist in the shape of Fotis Benardo (ex-SEPTIC FLESH) and Henric Karlsson, respectively.


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