THE ABSENCE: New Video Interview Posted Online
Metal Til Death conducted an interview with the Tampa, Florida melodic trash outfit THE ABSENCE on October 20, 2008. Watch the 10-minute chat below.
THE ABSENCE recently opened for Swedish Viking metallers AMON AMARTH on their North American tour. Also on the bill were the Finnish folk-metal act ENSIFERUM and the Austrian blackened death metal band BELPHEGOR.
THE ABSENCE's sophomore CD, "Riders of the Plague", was released on August 7, 2007 via Metal Blade Records. The album was recorded at Mana Studios in Florida with Swedish producer Jonas Kjellgren (SCAR SYMMETRY, CARNAL FORGE). Mixing duties were handled by Jonas at his Black Lounge studios in Avesta, Sweden. The CD features guest appearances by guitarists James Murphy (DEATH, TESTAMENT), Jonas Kjellgren, Per Nilsson (SCAR SYMMETRY) and Santiago Dobles (AGHORA) as well as guest vocals by Jonas Granvik (WITHOUT GRIEF, EDGE OF SANITY).
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