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Kalmah Guitarist Checks In From The Studio

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Kalmah guitarist Antti Kokko has checked in with the following studio update on the band's official web site:


After searching the good base sound for drums and right places for mics [Janne] Kuisma started beating the drums on Saturday. We continued on Sunday and everything was recorded by the end of the day. Right now we have drums and demo guitars on track. Demo guitars will be removed as soon as the real shread takes place.

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Recordings continue at the end of this week. I and Pekka [Kokko] start to record rhytmn guitars. After that the plan is to record guitar melodies and solos.

- A.Kalma

Kalmah entered the studio on October 13 to begin recording its fifth full-length album. An early 2008 release is expected.

Kalmah's latest CD, "The Black Waltz", entered the Finnish national album chart in March 2006 at position No. 38. The follow-up to 2003's "Swampsong" marked the group's recording debut with keyboardist Marco Sneck (Poisonblack).

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Hell. Yeah.

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2. FocusShift writes:

Love that a band like Kalmah can get all their drumming done in one day yet still be crazy and intense.

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