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Slumber Issues New Album Recording Update

Vocalist Ehsan Kalantarpour of Swedish metal act Slumber has issued the following recording update:

"Captains logg, Amsterdam, night time. I'm at the hotel lobby 2:26am writing to you. We have finished our intense four weeks of recording. Even though we spent five years preparing, four weeks were hardly enough for the massive nature of this album. But needless to say, maybe no time had ever been enough. Everything just keeps growing and growing. Now only vocals and mixing remains which will be done within the month.

"Anyways... good people of Rome, Babylon and Atlantis.. Hear ye, hear ye. We have now an album unprecedented in thousands of ways coming to you. A journey that will take you from the deep oceanic craters to the peaks of power and euphoria. We are ourselves, like strangers, mesmerized by the titan that is appearing before us. In a few weeks we will post an album preview song and some videos from the studio. And now, back to the dark streets of Amsterdam."

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