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Evocation Posts "The Shadow Archetype" Behind The Scenes Video

On March 10th, Evocation will celebrate a return to death metal with stunning new album, "The Shadow Archetype." For a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the album, Evocation has now released a video with excerpts from the studio and in-depth explanations from guitarist Marko Palmen.

Featuring a cover and layout by Xaay, "The Shadow Archetype" was recorded at three different studios. Backing vocals, mixing and mastering were done at Dugout Productions. Daniel Bergstrand handled the recording of backing vocals and mixing while George Nerantzis handled the mastering. Drums were recorded at Crehate Studios together with studio engineer Oscar Nilsson. "The Shadow Archetype" also features veteran drummer Per Moller Jensen (ex-The Haunted, ex-Invocator) on session drums.

Guitars, bass, and lead vocals were recorded by the band in Evocatin's own studio, Acacia Avenue Recordings. "We started recording the drums in late June 2015 and did the last recordings with vocals in June 2016. So, we spent roughly a year in the studio with 'The Shadow Archetype'," explains Palmen. "In my opinion, the production is our strongest so far. It has all the elements I want in a production; raw brutality with a distinctive punch!"

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