THE SOULLESS To Enter Studio In December
THE SOULLESS, the British melodic death metal act formerly known as IGNOMINIOUS INCARCERATION, will enter Outhouse Studios in Reading, England on December 15 with producer John Mitchell (ARCHITECTS, FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND, ENTER SHIKARI) to begin recording their new album for an April 2011 release via Earache Records.
Commented THE SOULLESS frontman Andy Wardle: "We couldn't be more excited about going into the studio. We were supposed to be going in in September, but because of the accident it had to be put back. So we've been waiting a long time to get in there! We have used our time well, however, to really tweak all the tracks and we are very happy with the result. We are also looking forward to working with the guys at Outhouse as we think they can really deliver the sound we want for this album."
THE SOULLESS recently released a pre-production version of a new song, "Earthbound", via the band's MySpace page.
IGNOMINIOUS INCARCERATION's debut album, "Of Winter Born", came out in 2009 through Earache.
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