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Stam1na Prepare To Record New Album

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STAM1NA, a metal quartet from Lemi, Finland will start the recording of their third album on September 10th. For atmospheric reasons, the forthcoming album will be recorded in their hometown Lemi in the Purple Fly-studio. Janne Joutsenniemi will produce the album. His legendary band Stone was one of the biggest influences for Stam1na. Miitri Aaltonen who produced the first two Stam1na-albums will be mixing this one. The working title for the album is Raja and the recordings should be finished during this year. Their new album will hit the stores in the early 2008.

Antti "Hyrde" Hyyrynen, the guitarist vocalist of the band is excited for this chance to work with his childhood hero Janne Joutsenniemi.

"This is a match made in heaven and a big step for the band. Janne will most certainly bring his own thing to this album. Let's say it this way: The mustard-machine is still the same but Janne changes our dipers", says Hyyrynen.

"About the lyrical part I can say that again we search, explore and try both our and boundaries of humanity. During the last few years we have tried our limits and probably gone even beyond them.", says Hyyrynen about the lyrics of Stam1na

Stam1na was found on 1996 and they have released 2 albums so far: Stam1na (2005) and Uudet Kymmenen Käskyä (2006) which went to number 3 on finnish albumcharts and it received an Emma-award by being the best metal album of 2006 in Finland.

Source: BW&BK

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