VANMAKT Completes Mixing New Album
Swedish black metallers VANMAKT have finished mixing their second album, "Ad Luciferi Regnum" (rough translation: To the Kingdom of Lucifer), at Necromorbus Studio (WATAIN, SETHERIAL) with Tore Stjerna. The band says, "it sounds awesome! Even better than we expected! Tore will now master the album and after that it is done!"
"Ad Luciferi Regnum" was recorded at EPM Studios with producer Björn Lindgren. A late 2008/early 2009 release via Pulverised Records is expected.
"Ad Luciferi Regnum" recording lineup:
M. Svensson (screams & guitar)
V. Dahlgren (bass)
M. Wohlfart (guitar)
VANMAKT's debut album, "Vredskapta Mörkersagor", features guest appearances by Jonas Renvaktar (SPAWN OF POSSESSION) on the song entitled "Open the Gates" and Hebbe from SKALD on the track "En Mardröm, En Strid, Ett Helvete". VANMAKT also filmed a video for the song "My Darkest Hate", which can be viewed below.
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