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Biomechanical Set To Mix "Cannibalised" with Chris Tsangarides

Biomechanical are scheduled to begin the mixing process of their new album ‘Cannibalised’ with legendary producer Chris Tsangarides (Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Thin Lizzy) on the 18th of June. The band will enter the Ecology Rooms in Kent, England to begin work on the brand new epic slated for a September 17th release date.

Front man, John had the following to say on the collaboration:

“This is the second time we will be working with the legendary Chris Tsangarides! We have had several discussions about the direction of the sound and I feel that he is the one to create the sound I have in my head as a producer. Also even though Chris is very much a modern producer he can bring old school sensibilities on the sound front and this excites the hell out of me!! I honestly can't wait to get started!"

"To get to Cannibalised we looked back to our previews albums and made sure that the Biomechanical sound wouldn't evaporate on a firewall of heaviness. Cannibalised is heavier than our other albums but at the same time melodic and does incorporate the film scoring orchestral type of work that defines the sound of our band”.

The full track listing for Cannibalised is as follows:

1. Fallen in Fear
2. The Unseen
3. Cannibalised
4. Breathing Silence
5. Predatory
6. Slow the Poison
7. Consumed
8. Reborn in Damnation
9. Through Hatred Arise
10. Violent Descent

Biomechanical will be on tour in July with Sikth and Architects.

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1. Diamond Oz writes:

Woo! Can't wait! These lads are great live!

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