Swedish melodic death metal band WITHIN Y has finished recording its third album, due in early 2008. "Andy [singer Andreas Solveström] has done the final vocal tracks this weekend," says the group. "We have also recorded some additional guitar melodies. Everything sounds awesome, and we are really pleased with the result so far. We are sure that [producer] Mattias [Wänerstam] will do a great job mixing the tracks!"
WITHIN Y has uploaded the demo version of a new song, entitled "Facing Reality", on its MySpace page. The track is expected to appear on the upcoming CD.
WITHIN Y in April recruited Erik Hagström as the replacement for Thim Blom (ex-GARDENIAN).
Blom left the group in December 2006, claiming that "pain in [his wrists]" made it impossible for him to "perform at the top of [his] abillity and to do what it takes to play at this level."
WITHIN Y's sophomore album, "Portraying Dead Dreams", was released in Sweden in the spring of 2006 via the Gothenburg-based label Gain.
A two-minute video clip shot during the bass-recording sessions for the new album can be viewed below.
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