SCARPOINT To Enter Studio In August

Drummer Erik Thyselius of the Swedish metal band SCARPOINT has issued the following update:

"We are very glad to announce that we are starting the recording of our second album on August 31 in our good friends MESHUGGAH and CLAWFINGER's studio called Fear and Loathing studio, here in Stockholm. Jocke Skog of CLAWFINGER will, along with us, produce the yet-untitled record. This studio will allow us to have more time than ever and to be able to try stuff in the studio.

"We are really looking forward to this and since I've recorded two records and one EP at Fear and Loathing, I know the result will be mindblowing!"

Guitarist Pablo Magallanes left SCARPOINT in May in order to commit 100% to his new musical project.

SCARPOINT's full-length debut, "The Silence We Deserve", was released in October 2007 via Blind Prophecy Records. The CD was recorded at the Dug-Out Productions with renowned producer Daniel Bergstrand (MESHUGGAH, IN FLAMES).

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