Guitarist Thomas (a.k.a. Drop) of the Swiss metallers SYBREED has issued the following update:
"Regarding the next SYBREED opus, well, we are recording four new tracks at the moment in the framework of the pre-production of our new album. The titles of these four tracks are: 'Emma-Zero', 'Neurodrive', 'Permafrost' and 'Technocracy'.
"Between September and December, we will have four recording sessions for three or four songs each in my home studio, The Drone. Afterwards we will work on all these songs, rehearse them like mad cow in order to be ready to enter the recording studio and record the entire album in February or March 2006. We will keep you posted about the process itself and where we are in the process during autumn, with more information such as the title of the album, the name of the all songs, etc... What we can say is that the new songs, for the time being, sounds definitely more dark that those of 'Slave Design' but still in the same vein, we are looking forward for you to be able to hear them and to get your comments which are always valuable for us."
SYBREED's debut album, "Slave Design", was released in 2004 via Reality Entertainment.
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