UNEARTHLY TRANCE Begins Recording New Album

New York's UNEARTHLY TRANCE will enter SIR studios in the band's hometown this weekend with engineer Sanford Parker to begin recording its fifth album, aptly titled "V", for a late spring release via Relapse Records. After completing the basic tracks with Parker, the band will continue to self-record with additional help from trusted experts along the way.

According to a press release, "V" "will mark another twist on UNEARTHLY TRANCE's sound, with slower-paced riffs, raw sonics and even more progressed songwriting.

"The band is taking its sound towards creatively darker and strangely morbid realm."

"V" will feature artwork by Glyn Scrawled.

UNEARTHLY TRANCE recently teamed up with VOLITION for a limited-edition split seven-inch single of WINTER covers. UNEARTHLY TRANCE recorded its take on "Servants of the Warsmen" and VOLITION covered "Eternal Frost".

Reissues of UNEARTHLY TRANCE's first two albums, "Season of Séance, Science of Silence" and "In The Red", will be made avaialble on double vinyl later this year via Parasitic Records. The band is also working on a split 12-inch EP with THE ENDLESS BLOCKADE.


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