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Pharaoh Chooses MCR Studios For Recording Later This Year

PHARAOH drummer Chris Black reported that the band decided on MCR Studios in Virginia for the recording of “The Longest Night”.

"This is a full-service, modern facility, with a very metal-minded staff," he stated. "Tim, Matt, Chris and I are eager for their input in crafting the new record." Full-length albums from Division and Twisted Tower Dire are currently in production at MCR.

PHARAOH will begin recording “The Longest Night” in late 2004 for a projected release date in March, 2005

via the designer Italian metal label Cruz del Sur. Cover artwork will once again be provided by J.P. Fournier (Immortal, Dragonforce).

Featuring such tracks as "Fighting", "As Time Goes By", and "I am the Hammer", The Longest Night will be

PHARAOH's second full-length album, following up 2003's acclaimed After the Fire debut. "The new material expands the PHARAOH sound slightly," explained the drummer, "but the fundamentals are exactly the same: power, class, wit, and melody. We celebrate the traditions of heavy metal by advancing them. And it helps that Tim kills!" he added, referring to powerhouse vocalist Tim Aymar, well-known for his past work with Control Denied and Psycho Scream.

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