SINPHONIA To Enter Studio Next Week

Guitarist Henrik "Guf" Rangstrup of the Danish progressive gothic metal band SINPHONIA will enter the studio the first week of December to record the guitars and keyboards of the group's upcoming promotional CD. Vocals and bass are scheduled to be recorded in the days between Christmas and New Year's Eve. Drums will be done in the beginning of January. "A strange way of recording, but holiday season, geographical distance and work force us to do it this way. No real problem though..." the band write on their web site.

SINPHONIA will be tracking three songs, and plan to have the recording mixed by Jacob Hansen (ABORTED, HATESPHERE, RAUNCHY, INVOCATOR) at Hansen studios in Ribe, Denmark. Songs set to appear on the CD are:

01. Silence
02. Crestfallen
03. What the Cover Conceals

SINPHONIA's last CD, "The Divine Disharmony" was released in 2003 via Lucretia Records Int.

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