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Entwine Enter The Studio

Finnish gothic rockers ENTWINE have entered the studio to begin recording their as-yet-untitled fifth album for an August 23, 2006 release. "The plan is to record 13 songs, 12 of them being new as there will be a re-make of 'Break Me'," the band write on their web site. "However, the forthcoming album will probably include 11 songs. New ENTWINE hymns were put together at record speed, during only just few weekends, due to busy schedules of members. Gladly, this doesn't affect the quality at all, in fact the boys and a girl agree that the songs sound very promising indeed. Well, we'll hear about that in few months. Certain is that the team hassling around the record know what they're doing.

"The album is being recorded at Petrax and Groveland studios by ENTWINE's very own drummer boy Aksu Hanttu who is nowadays very much employed in the field. Producer guy Janne Joutsenniemi is known to many from the ranks of legendary STONE and latterly SUBURBAN TRIBE. The tracks will be mixed in the subtle care of Finnvox's Mikko Karmila who is highly appreciated for his work with NIGHTWISH, CHILDREN OF BODOM, and many others. Mastering is probably going to take place at Stockholm's Cutting Room.

"Recordings have been going really well so far and knowing these guys, with couple of relaxing evening beers of course. Mika is currenty working on his vocal parts."

You can check put studio pictures at this location.

Source: Blabbermouth

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