Fusion death metal project OPPOSITE SIDES, featuring Italian session drummer Diego "Grom" Meraviglia (ANCIENT, HORTUS ANIMAE, DOOMSWORD, HATE PROFILE), has finished recording the drums and guitars for its debut album, "Soul Mechanics" (formerly "Chaotic Order"), at Fear studios in Ravenna, Italy. "The result is brilliant: a really devastating wall of sound," the group writes on its web site. "Soon Martyr will start to record vocals and in the meantime Amon is taking care of the bass lines. Niklas Sundin of Cabin Fever Media Studios (DARK TRANQUILLITY, ARCH ENEMY and IN FLAMES, among others) is accomplishing the artwork for the album."
"Soul Mechanics" track listing:
01. Soul Mechanics: Enter
02. The Human Thirst
03. A Grinded Position Of Pray
04. Chaotic Order
05. The Mourning Portal
06. Until The End
07. No Faith
09. Soul Mechanics: Construction
10. Breed Machineries
13. Soul Mechanics: Coda
According to Meraviglia, "The upcoming album will be very aggressive and progressive in which jazz and fusion parts will be mixed with death and thrash metal riffs while vocal parts will feature clean melodies too."
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