Chicago doomsters NOVEMBERS DOOM will be utilizing the services of multi-talented Swedish producer/musician Dan Swanö (BLOODBATH, EDGE OF SANITY, NIGHTINGALE) for the final mix of their fifth full-length album, "The Pale Haunt Departure". "Dan Swanö needs no introduction, but for those living under a rock for the past decade, Dan has been involved with some of the most influential and important metal bands of the genre," the group write on their web site. "Only to name a few, bands such as OPETH, KATATONIA, DARK FUNERAL, MARDUK, EDGE OF SANITY, and DISSECTION have all been a part of the Swanö legacy. The entire band being long time fans of Swanö's makes this an incredible opportunity for us and we believe this will not only a perfect choice for our music, but a true gift for our fans, as well as fans of Swanö's work.

Recording for "The Pale Haunt Departure" is scheduled to begin on October 9, and mixing with Dan is expected to start in late October/early November. An early 2005 release through The End Records is expected.


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