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Darkwater To Record New Full-Length Album

Swedish progressive metallers Darkwater will start recording their second album next week. Joining them on the album is Simon Andersson (ex. Pain of Salvation) on bass. The as-yet-untitled album will be mixed this summer by Fredrik Nordström at Studio Fredman, and is planned for a fall 2010 release through Ulterium Records.

Henrik Båth of Darkwater comments: "We're thrilled and eager to head into the studio and record our second album. Our debut album was received so much better than we could have hoped for, but still we feel that we can top it. We've got some great material ready to be recorded, and with the addition of Simon Andersson on bass as well as Fredrik Nordström for the mixing of the album everything feels right. We're definitely ready to take everything to the next level with this release."

You can also check out sample Darkwater tracks at the band's MySpace page.

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