PORTRAIT's New Album To Be Mixed By NICKE ANDERSSON
Swedish heavy metallers PORTRAIT have tapped Nicke Andersson (IMPERIAL STATE ELECTRIC, DEATH BREATH, THE HELLACOPTERS, ENTOMBED) to mix their second full-length album, "Crimen Laesae Majestatis Divinae", at Deuce Studio. The CD is currently being recorded at Necromorbus Studio (WATAIN, UNANIMATED, DESTRÖYER 666) in Alvik, Sweden for a tentative early 2011 release via Metal Blade Records. The CD will feature cover artwork by Rok (SADISTIK EXEKUTION) and a guest appearance by Kimmo Kuusniemi from the Finnish cult act SARCOFAGUS.
PORTRAIT's latest release was the "The Murder Of All Things Righteous" EP, which came out earlier this year via High Roller. The effort was recorded at Berno Studio in Malmö, Sweden.
Per Karlsson - Vocals
Christian Lindell - Guitar
Richard Lagergren - Guitar
Erik Jansson - Bass
Anders Persson - Drums
For more information, visit www.portraitband.se.
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