ROYAL ANGUISH To Enter Studio In September

Florida-based extreme metal act ROYAL ANGUISH will enter Razzor Media/Mana Studios on September 2 to begin tracking the follow-up to their EP, "Tales of Sullen Eyes". The as-yet-untitled full-length CD will be co-engineered by Shawn "Sol-Sangraal" Ohtani (MALEVOLENT CREATION, HATE ETERNAL, SOILENT GREEN) and Johnny Nunn (YETI, ANDY MOORE, UNDEROATH) and is scheduled for release in early 2006 via Holland's Fear Dark. Meanwhile, the "Tales of Sullen Eyes" EP will be released in Europe in the fall.

ROYAL ANGUISH's current lineup includes frontman/founder Matt Knowles on vocals and rhythm guitar, the angelic and mesmerizing female vocals of Katy Decker, the lead guitar marksmanship of Marius Kozlowski, ex-WYKKED WYTCH/KAMELOT bassist Sean Tibbetts, and drummer Sean Currie.

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