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Nemhain Hit Studio Fredman

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NEMHAIN, featuring ex-CRADLE OF FILTH drummer Adrian Erlandsson and his wife Morrigan Hel, have issued the following update:

"As we write this from the cosy confines of Studio Fredman, the snow is relentlessly falling outside, threatening to stop us from ever leaving our Swedish hideaway …"

"We’ve just finished our first day of recording, and after getting the drum-kit set up, we’ve laid down the bass and drum tracks for Honey, and things are sounding pretty rockin’! We plan to record about 13 tracks over the 3 weeks that we’re here, which, at some point later in the year, will be unleashed to spread the infection far and wide!"

"Despite only having been in the country for 48 hours, in typical Nemhain style, our stay has not been uneventful: Lakis has had yet another near-death experience, attempting to get out of the car when we left the airport, having forgotten that people drive on the right here, when he almost met his doom beneath a large blue bus! In order to mark recording our first album in appropriate style, we met with our good friend, The Ambassador and enjoyed a "quiet night in" and a few select bottles of our favourite alcomaholic beverages, which ended at 8am and a trip to the hospital for our eminent leader, Ms Hel, who, uncharacteristically, had a few too many glasses of sherry, and landed eyebrow-first on the Ikea flooring, and is now sporting some rather impressive stitches!"

"Thus far, ¾ of us remain uninjured, and ready to rock right out, but there’s a lot of time, a lot of booze, and an awful lot of snow, so it’s anyone’s guess what more stories the next few weeks might hold!"

Source: BWBK

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