THE ORDER OF APOLLYON Continuing Work On Debut Album
THE ORDER OF APOLLYON, the new black/death metal project featuring current/former members of ABORTED, AKERCOCKE and CRADLE OF FILTH, is continuing work on its debut album, tentatively titled "The Flesh", for an early 2010 release via an as-yet-undetermined record label. Guitarist James McIlroy (CRADLE OF FILTH, CHAOSANCT, MATRON) states, "We've done all the guitars, and added some extra awesomeness with re-amping through a few classic amps to add textures and layers to it all (at Orgone studios in London) and are in the process of adding the vocals. It sounds massive so far, and really organic."
THE ORDER OF APOLLYON is:
BST (ABORTED, AOSOTH) - Guitar, Vocals
Daniel Wilding (ABORTED) - Drums
James McIlroy (CRADLE OF FILTH, CHAOSANCT, MATRON) - Guitar
Peter Benjamin (AKERCOCKE) - Bass
For more information, visit THE ORDER OF APOLLYON's MySpace page.
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