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Kataklysm Issue Studio Update

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KATAKLYSM singer Maurizio Iacono has the following studio update:

"I have to take back a few things I said on my previous report, the way the album first started to get put together it seemed to be a lot more dark but in melodic way, but what makes writing so fun is you never know how the end result will be. Yesterday we finished a song called 'Breathe To Dominate' and I could already see the pit going crazy and being a live smash.

Smoothest album we have written in years. I thought In The Arms Of Devastation was a very good experience but this one is more like everyone looking at each other after completing a song… and saying… 'Perfect'.

We worked on another new song this morning, a song called 'The Vultures Are Watching'

The band is really focused. It's the first time in a very long time all four of us are writing an album together in the same room. Feeling good!"

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1. FaceBones 420 writes:

this cd has alot to live up too,thier last albums were amazing.im sure his album will kick a$$ and cant wait to get it

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2. Zero 54 writes:

Kataklysm is an amazing band, when is the album due out?

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3. JEFF DUDE. writes:

YEAH I HEARD EM AT METAL FEST, LOUD a$$ MOTHERf***ERS.

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