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Saattue To Enter The Studio In April

Finnish metallers Saattue will record their second album in April 2009. Recording sessions will be hosted by Jarno Hänninen at D-Studio, Klaukkala, Finland. Musically the album will be natural follow-up to Saattue’s debut album “Jäähyvästi” and it will feature previously unreleased works of dark, slow and multidimensional saatto metal. The album will be released in the beginning of autumn 2009 by Spikefarm Records.

Saattue writes their lyrics in Finnish and labels their music as saatto metal. Saatto, as well as Saattue, means procession in Finnish. Saattue's roots are deeply in doom metal and other extreme metal genres.

You can watch a video of the band's song "Kaaosmaa" below.

Source: Tartarean Desire

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1. InfernoNecrosis writes:

I've never heard of this band but that was really cool! Thanks for posting it, DB!

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