British melodic death metallers THE SOULLESS (formerly IGNOMINIOUS INCARCERATION) have set "Isolated" as the title of their new album, due in April via Earache Records. The CD was recorded at Outhouse Studios in Reading, England with producer John Mitchell (ARCHITECTS, FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND, ENTER SHIKARI).
An eight-minute video clip featuring footage from the studio can be viewed below.
Commented THE SOULLESS frontman Andy Wardle: "The [recording] process went really well; we had a lot of fun and we couldn't be much happier with the results."
"The studio video is a brief look into what we got up to. It includes clips of some of the coolest riffs, biggest choruses and key lyrics. Also revealed at the end is a sneak peek at the artwork and album title, plus bonus footage of our mad dancing skills.
"We are now getting ready to tour and have lots of other stuff in the pipeline. Merch designs are coming together and the official video will be shot in February. It should be a killer year for THE SOULLESS!"
A pre-production version of the new THE SOULLESS track "Earthbound" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
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