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Torture Killer To Enter Studio In November

Finland's TORTURE KILLER will enter the studios in November to start recording a follow-up to their 2006 album "Swarm!"

"After the basic tracking done in Finland we will move to Hit Factory [in] Miami, where Chris [Barnes, SIX FEET UNDER/TORTURE KILLER vocalist] will start laying down the vocal tracks and hopefully the CD will be finished by the end of the year for an early 2008 release," the band writes in a press release.

"Things are moving along nicely and we are confident that we will have decent death metal album on our hands. The new songs are sounding great; all the 'Swarm!' elements are there and we think we've taken another step ahead with our approach on death metal, some really haunting guitar licks combined with a groove and more attacking style, hopefully we can catch all this energy the right way and I'm sure people are definitely going to enjoy this one."

Four songs from our "Swarm!" album are still available for preview at this location.

If you're attending the Sauna Open Air or Tuska festivals in Finland this summer, TORTURE KILLER will play at the after-showparties at both events. These concerts will be performed with the group's all-Finnish lineup and will not include Barnes.

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. deathmetalrules420 writes:

great band...should probably get rid of Chris Barnes though...not that i mind him...but its like he doesnt hardly do any touring with them or anything...

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