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Behemoth Enters The Studio

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Polish black metal favourites Behemoth has entered the studio to begin work on a brand new studio album. New drummer Daniel Bergstrand comments: "The drums from beyond hell are miked up and ready to get whipped. I’m super happy with what we got so far... a lethal Polish bulldozer! I’m sure you guys will dig it! The drums are going to be tracked here in Radio Gdansk during next two weeks and after that I will start mixing them and get them ready for the final mix that will happen somewhere around May. We used 22 channels for the drums, it sounds very organic and natural and at the same time, VERY much in your face with a lot of attack. The room in this studio is amazing so the 2 ambience microphones that we've got are playing a big roll in the over all sound. Prepared to get blown away by the final result!!! Cheers!"

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1. naumatorrr writes:

hell, this one will be f***in' big.

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2. steve dodds writes:

There not the greatest black metal group around but there last couple of lps have been getting better........

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3. Jenny writes:

Fukk yeah ! I cannot wait for this. I saw some footage of them preparing some material awhile ago...these guys are just awesome.

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