THIS ENDING Begins Recording Debut Album
THIS ENDING, the Stockholm, Sweden-based band formerly known as THE PLAGUE (they had to change their name due to legal reasons), has entered Offbeat studio to begin recording its full-length debut for a tentative early 2007 release through Metal Blade Records. "10 songs are being recorded, and so far we've finished the drums, all according to the schedule," the band writes on its web site. "Next up is finding a really heavy guitar sound and starting adding some more doomsday atmosphere to the songs." Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Pitch Black" and "Armageddon".
Formed in 2005, THIS ENDING existed in a previous incarnation as A CANOROUS QUINTET. After several years of absence from the metal scene the guys decided that the time was right for a new era. Members of the band are/have been active in the following acts: AMON AMARTH, GUIDANCE OF SIN, NIDEN DIV. 187 and SINS OF OMISSION, among others.
THIS ENDING is:
Mårten Hansen - Vocals
Leo Pignon - Guitar
Linus Nirbrant - Guitar
Jesper Löfgren - Bass
Fredrik Andersson – Drums
For more information, visit www.thisending.com.
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