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German outfit Final Depravity will release new album "Thrash Is Just The Beginning" on December 13th, 2013 via Nihilistic Empire Records / New Music Distribution.
A making-of clip from the recording sessions can now be viewed below. "Thrash Is Just The Beginning" was produced by Sascha Risseler and mastered by Dennis Koehne.
The album artwork and band photography come from the design studio Killustrations, run by German artist Bjoern Goosses. More...
German thrash act Final Depravity has posted the following message online about releasing a new album:
"We are so proud to announce the new Final Depravity album 'Thrash Is Just The Beginning' will be released on December 13th, 2013 via Nihilistic Empire Records/New Music Distribution.
"Thrash Is Just The Beginning has been produced by Sascha Risseler and mastered by Dennis Koehne (a.o. Sodom, Exumer, The Very End).
"The album artwork and band photography come from the renowned design studio Killustrations
(a.o. Dew-Scented, Nervecell, Hackneyed, The Very End), run by German artist Bjoern Goosses." More...
Final Depravity has checked in with the following announcement about finishing work on a new album:
"The new Final Depravity album Thrash Is Just The Beginning has been mastered by the mighty Dennis Koehne (Sodom, Exumer, The Very End) yesterday.
"Big time thanks to Mr. Koehne and the producer of the album, Sascha Risseler, for delivering this sonic attack!
"Now let’s see which label might be interested in this... Thrash Is Just The Beginning More...
Germany's Final Depravity has issued the following statement about recording a new album:
"It's been quite overdue, now the time to act has finally come: we're gonna enter Kreator HQ at Zeche Carl, Essen today to record the follow-up to Nightmare 13!
"Entitled Thrash Is Just The Beginning, the album will be produced by our sound engineer Sascha Risseler (a.o. The Very End, Night in Gales, Words of Farewell, Ninnghizhidda) and mixed & mastered by Dennis Koehne (a.o. Sodom, Exumer, The Very End). A release date has not yet been set.
"We can't tell you how excited we are to begin the production. Gear has already been set up yesterday and it all just feels fuckin' great. Jerome is in excellent shape and premises for nothing-but-fun recording sessions couldn't be any better!
"None of this wouldn't have turned out this way without the help and support of a bunch of damn fine people around us. Let's hear it for Jürgen 'Ventor' Reil, Matthias Kassner & House of Drums, Felix Schiffer, Jörg Sahm, Marina Speckamp, The Very End and our mighty crew Johannes Baron, Jürgen Vetter and Sascha Risseler.
"Very special greetings go out to Tristan Maiwurm - may the Force always be with you! Thrash Is Just The Beginning...
"See video footage of our debut show with Jerome on our YouTube channel."
German thrash act Final Depravity has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new drummer:
"Today we proudly present you our new drummer: please welcome Jerome Reil! Replacing Tristan Maiwurm, who left us in January in order to concentrate on studying drums in the Netherlands, Jerome has worked with us since February now. His last name might sound familiar - he’s the son of Kreator drummer Jürgen 'Ventor' Reil.
"We will finally enter the studio in July to record the follow-up to the 2010 album Nightmare 13, and present the new line-up live on stage for the first time at a show in Oberhausen, Germany on July 14. Due to the bankruptcy of Twilight Distribution Nightmare 13 is currently not available, but can be streamed in its entirety right here. The current promo-pics have been designed by Killustrations (Artworks for a.o. Dew-Scented, Nervecell, Hackneyed, The Very End and Night in Gales)."
Commented vocalist Dennis "Blaze" Baron: “Today’s announcement marks a big step forward for Final Depravity! Tristan’s exit in the middle of preparing a new album, though we all understood and supported his decision, could have turned out really bad. More...