SUMMON Finish Recording New Album
Michigan-based black metallers SUMMON have finished recording their their sixth album, "Fallen", at Flatline Audio Studios (formerly Hellion Studios) in Denver, Colorado with producer Dave Otero (CEPHALIC CARNAGE, SERBERUS). The follow-up to 2002's "And the Blood Runs Black" is "ungodly — the best thing that has been recorded so far," stated bassist/vocalist Chas Schoals.
SUMMON will be embarking on a West Coast tour in February/March 2005 and hitting Europe in April. A headlining appearance at the SWR VIII Fest in Portugal is also planned. Other groups set to appear at the festival include GOREROTTED, DESECRATION, MERRIMACK, PANCHRYSIA, IN THA UMBRA, INTHYFLESH, EMPTY, THE ART OF BUTCHERY and GODÜS. The band are also looking for a couple of groups to tour the West Coast with. "FLESHGRIND from Chicago has confirmed but we're still looking for another headliner, so if you are interested get in touch at [email protected]," stated Chas.
For more information, visit SUMMON's official web site.
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