Psalm Streaming Two New Songs Online
Belgian metallers Psalm have issued the following update about streaming new songs online and recording a new album:
"The Beast has awakened. Psalm got tired of doing their thing in solitary confinement: now the time has come to take it a step further. The band entered 'Blackout Multimedia Studio' (Brussels) on September 26 & 27, 2009 to record 2 brand new tracks with Phorgath of the mighty Enthroned! These tracks are to be considered as a pre-production of Psalm’s upcoming effort, which release is planned for 2010. Thee songs are now available on the band’s Myspace page. We’d like to thank Phorgath for his kindness and great work.
"Other news: Psalm has recorded the new tracks as a four-unit. After some months of hesitation, Algol has decided to leave the band . There is no animosity whatsoever between Algol and the rest of the band, we are obviously not happy with this decision but accept it with respect and resignation. We would like to thank Algol for his work, his input and his good humour through all times, and we definitely wish him the best of luck for the future.
"Thankfully, Psalm is a very lucky band. A few days after Algol’s departure, we have found a replacement for him. His name is Jeffrey Tallane, he’s an old friend of ours and has played in Ex-Nihil before. Jeff is a very highly skilled musician and composer and has an open mind for extreme music. He is most certainly the perfect choice for Psalm and we can’t wait for him to join us!
"The band now has about 4-5 songs in progress (so far written by Baron and Corvus), which will unfold a much more mature and complex extremity, along with a strong and personal identity. The band is working very hard on making these songs as powerful, original and destructive as can be!"
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