Norway's THEATRE OF TRAGEDY has entered Room 13 studios in Oslo to resume recording its seventh album for a tentative September release via AFM Records.
Video footage of the CD's drum-recording sessions, which were completed late last year, can be viewed below.
THEATRE OF TRAGEDY's new album is being produced by Erik Ljunggren, who has previously worked with THE KOVENANT, Kari Rueslåtten, A-HA, SEIGMEN, ZEROMANCER and SATYRICON, among others. The band says, "We are very pleased about working with him again. He knows the band very well and is a wizard when it comes to sound."
THEATRE OF TRAGEDY recently posted a couple of new demo clips on the band's MySpace page.
THEATRE OF TRAGEDY's latest album, "Storm", was released in March 2006 via AFM Records. The CD was produced by Rico Darum and mixed by Greg Reely (PARADISE LOST, FEAR FACTORY, FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY, SKINNY PUPPY, etc.) at The Green Jacket studios in Richmond, B.C., Canada. The album was the group's first to feature singer Nell (THE CREST), who replaced Liv Kristine Espenaes Krull (currently in LEAVES' EYES) in early 2004.
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