VESANIA Begins Recording Third Album

Guitarist/vocalist Orion of the Polish black metallers VESANIA has issued the following update:

"After a time of enormous activity, we've decided to focus our energy on the [third VESANIA album]. We collected all of the material and ideas that had been written in recent years and sealed ourselves away in the rehearsal room for a while. We reappraised all of these ideas, incorporating the experience we've gained through previous recording sessions and the tours we've participated in. Completely fresh ideas just appeared during these rehearsals and the result shall be the third VESANIA album, a worthy successor to the highly acclaimed 'God the Lux'. It's undoubtedly going to be the most mature effort by the band thus far, demonstrating a new level in terms of composition, arrangement and sound quality.

"The drums are currently being recorded at Studio X in Olsztyn (Poland) and the sounds being produced are just awesome!

The third child of VESANIA is slowly reaching formation with due care being taken in the studio to allow for development and expansion where appropriate. However, we can already assure you that the wait will be more than worth it!"

VESANIA's sophomore album, "God the Lux", was released in July 2005 via Napalm Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Firefrost Arcanum" was recorded between September 2004 and January 2005. Drums, guitars and vocals were laid down at Hendrix studio in Lublin with engineer Arkadiusz "Malta" Malczewski, while the bass tracks were recorded at Kokszoman studio in Warsaw with engineer Marecki. The keyboards were tracked at Siegmar's home studio.

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