The first in a series of webisodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the recording sessions for the sophomore album from YOTANGOR, the brand symphonic metal French band featuring female singer Yngrid Yotangor, can be viewed below. Tentatively titled "Enslaved", the CD is being laid down at frontman Jean-Guy Pichoustre's Laboratory Metal studio in at Toulouse.
In the first webisode, the bass and drum parts are recorded by Patrice Hernandez and Tony Marcos, respectively, with direction from producer Jean-Guy Pichoustre.
YOTANGOR's debut album, "King Of The Universe", was described in a press release as "an ambitious double CD with 26 tracks, a concept album that talks about King Yotangor, a modern dictator convinced to be good with his people while all what he does is perverted by money and stupidity."
"King Of The Universe" was released on October 3, 2009.
Yngrid - Lead Vocal
Vincent Agar - Lead Guitar
Jean-Guy Pichoustre - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Patrice Hernandez - Bass, Backing Vocals
Tony Marcos - Drums, Lead and Backing Vocals
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