Swedish death metal masters DEMONICAL have recently went into the studio to record what will be the band’s brand new EP. The material is scheduled for a spring release via Agonia Records.
The first new tracks since the release of the 2013’s acclaimed “Darkness Unbound”album, are being recorded in Amplified Studios (drums) and Wing Studios (rest of the instruments) in Sweden, with Sverker Widgren (vocals) behind the knobs.Sverker will also be handling the mixing and mastering duties in the near future.
On the recording of the new EP, bassist Martin Schulman commented: “Armed with blood and iron we have hereby started the recording process of a new four track EP, once again bringing forth the ravishing sounds of HM-2 and razorsharp chants of Stockholm-style death metal darkness. The hour of death draws near!”.
Spawned in March 2006 by members of Centinex, DEMONICAL preserves the flame of sheer, traditional death metal with a suitable dose of melodiousness. With four full-length albums already under the belt, international tours, and high rankings in reader-polls in several magazines, the band inked a new record deal with Agonia Records at the end of 2015.
Fans can catch DEMONICAL live on numerous occasions this year:
30.04 (GER) Greifswald – Klex (with Gehenna)
01.05 (GER) Bitterfeld – Festung (with Gehenna)
02.05 ((NL) Leeuwarden – Poppodium Romein (with Gehenna)
03.05 (NL) Rotterdam – Baroeg (with Gehenna)
04.05 (BEL) Waregem – Gasolina (with Gehenna)
05.05 (GER) Weinheim – Cafe Central (with Gehenna)
06.05 (GER) Aalen – Rock It (with Gehenna)
07.05 (CZE) Prague – Modra Vopice (with Gehenna)
08.05 (POL) Poznan – Club U Bazyla (with Gehenna)
09.05 (GER) Erfurt – From Hell (with Gehenna)
13.06 (RO) Bucharest – Metalhead Meeting Festival
04.07 (AT) Scharnstein – Sick Midsummer Festival
12.08 (GER) Dinkelsbühl – Summer Breeze Festival
13.08 (GER) Barth – Barther Metal Open Air
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