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Two years after Acid Death's 5th official release, “Eidolon,” the band is ready for a new album titled "Hall Of Mirrors."
With the new material complete, the recordings will start on August 4th, 2014. Acid Death will work in three studios for completing this release.
At first, drums will be recorded at Athenian Devasoundz Studios with Fotis Benardo (Septic Flesh) as sound engineer and all the rest of the instruments/voices at the band's personal recording studio, S.I.A. Recordings.
Mixing, mastering, and the entire production will be undertaken by Mario Jezik, NoiseHead Records' co-owner/producer, at NoiseHead studios in Austria. The process is expected to be finished by November.
According to the band, you can expect more aggressive, technical, and fast tracks than ever before.
Two months after the release of Progstravaganza 13, Prog Sphere is back with another part in the on-going compilation series. The 14th entry includes A Cosmic Trail, which was featured in our look at underground prog metal bands. You can stream the full release below or pick up your copy on a name-your-price basis at Bandcamp.
The Progstravaganza compilation series has as its sole purpose to discover new bands. Since its inception in 2010, Prog Sphere has made it its goal to make each compilation special. Every part in the series comes with specially designed artwork, and they are all available via Bandcamp in different audio formats.
Prog Sphere's editor-in-chief Nick says: "The new sampler has a title 'Timeshift,' what kind of symbolize that after three years of putting out the samplers, we are still there, doing the thing. Giving a unique name to our samplers adds another dimension to the whole experience, it's kinda weird that we didn't do it before."
Along with Progstravaganza 14 going on, Prog Sphere is allowing submissions for the upcoming, fifteenth edition (due in December). Bands and musicians interested in being a part of the upcoming compilation can get in touch with Prog Sphere by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. More...