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Hearse Finish Recordings Of "The Last Ordeal"

The Swedish band Hearse recently finished the recordings of their 3rd album "The Last Ordeal" and it’s the follow up to their successful album "Armageddon Mon Amour" (2004). "The Last Ordeal" was recorded & mixed at The White Chapel Studios in Stockholm (Sweden) by Jonas Edler.The album is scheduled for a summer 2005 release through Karmageddon Media.

In an official statement drummer Max Thornell has the following to say about the new Hearse album:

So we finally stand here with the recording that’ll be the third Hearse album. This time we really came out with a sound very close to what we wanted. It’s natural and organic, heavy and rough, no bleep blop trigger drums or other polished sounds. Just pure and natural ! As usual there’s a lot of groove, riffing, ripping solos and rough vocals, but this time I guess that mine and Johan´s hardcore/punk background is a bit more obvious than before. There was a lot of reviewers that referred to Entombed and Motörhead when our last album was released. Those comments will most likely not be less numerous this time so to speak. Ok, we’re up for another rock´n roll adventure in death metal land.

Source: Swedish Metal

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