THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD Begins Recording New Album

THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD has entered Geller Cellar Studios in New York to begin recording its as-yet-untitled third full-length album. The band is self-producing the effort, with Eliot Geller engineering, for an early 2010 release via Prosthetic Records. The South Carolina-based group will then travel to Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida in late August to mix the album with Erik Rutan (CANNIBAL CORPSE, SIX FEET UNDER, GOATWHORE). They will be documenting the recording process with several webisodes on their YouTube page.

THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD released "Malice" in 2007 and "Bloodlust" in 2005, both on Prosthetic Records.


Aug. 11 - Rockos, Manchester, NH
Aug. 12 - Webster Underground, Hartford, CT
Aug. 13 - Hangar 84, Vineland, NJ
Aug. 14 - Elks Lodge, Peeksville, NY

Capital Chaos has posted video footage (see below) of THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD's August 30, 2008 performance at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California.


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