Glen Benton Issue Studio Update For Deicide
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As the temperature drops everywhere else in the country, things are only getting hotter in Florida as the recording of DEICIDE's 2008 release, TILL DEATH DO US PART grows ever closer to completion.
Glen Benton entered the doors of Morrisound studios this week to record vocals for the album. Speaking on the matter of how the recording session has been going, Benton summed it up with 3 simple words. "It's all good."
"The highs are crisp and demonic and the lows are nice and gargly. Just like always," says the DEICIDE frontman. However, everything hasn't been "just like always" as far as this session goes. According to Glen, "Sobriety is fuckin fantastic." Combine that with a 9 month rest and you will see why he feels so rejuvenated. "I'm in the best health of my life and I'm 100% rehabilitated. I'm clear headed...a lot more focused and concentrated on what I've got to do."
Glen's greater focus and concentration has allowed him to record his vocals on songs like "Not As Long As We Both Shall Live" and "Till Death Do us Part" with greater ease than ever before. "We're rolling through the shit quickly. I've got a lot more power in my diaphragm and can do whole paragraphs (of lyrics) at a time." The songs, however have proved challenging enough that a even a rejuvenated Glen Benton would have to push himself to the very limit. "The lyrics are a lot faster. I had to revamp my vocal stylings to do this...try different techniques." From the sound of it, TILL DEATH DO US PART is shaping up to be another major step forward in the legacy of DEICIDE.
TILL DEATH DO US PART will be released in early 2008.
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