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Death Angel Checks In From The Recording Studio

Bay area thrashers Death Angel have posted a new recording blog through Decibel Magazine. An excerpt from the blog follows:

"Three weeks into recording our new album and we are right on schedule (so far!) with all the rhythm guitars, drums and bass tracked. We work at a pace that is not for the faint of heart! Go and stop, stop and go, hurry up and wait, vibe out then attack. Not to mention, we are the night owls! I don’t think a note has been recorded before 4:20 p.m. yet. Looks like everyone is on Rob time. Or am I on Suecof’s time?

"That said, we are progressing in a big way! Seems like yesterday when I flew from San Francisco, CA to Orlando, FL to begin the recording process at AudioHammer Studios in Sanford, FL. I came out here a few days before the rest of the guys to work out the (nearly) final arrangements and detail some parts, riffs and harmonies with Jason. We spent hours just hanging out listening to the songs while getting acquainted as this was the first time we actually met in person. It’s necessary to break the ice before attempting to dive in and collaborate on something so intense! When we settled on all the structures, I recorded scratch guitar tracks for all the songs.

"Next, Will and Ted went on their big adventure to Florida. We posted up in Studio A at Big Shot Studios in Altomonte Springs, FL, where we were fortunate to have Mark Lewis handle the engineer duties. We got amazing drum tone out of that big room and Will slayed the tracks, no doubt! Drums are insanely thunderous I tell you! Will is Beast-Man!"

The full studio recording blog can be found here.

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