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Drawn And Quartered Enters The Recording Studio

Seattle's Drawn and Quartered has checked in with the following announcement about recording a new album:

"Drawn and Quartered are back at the Autopsy Room recording tracks for our next full length release. The sessions have gone splendidly so far, with the completion of drum and rhythm guitar tracks for 11 songs. We've spent more than two years developing the music and rehearsing these songs. The Ancient Ones have also channeled more inspirations in the studio as we crystallized the foundations for the forth coming recordings. Included in the new set is the song 'Conquerors of Sodom,' a demo version of this song appears on the forthcoming Compilation of the Condemned 7" on Relapse Records, over two years in the making, but this is looking Awesome! On August 15 2010, Drawn and Quartered will make its first live appearance in over two years with Deceased and Rumplestiltskin Grinder, at EL Corazon, we'll definitely be unleashing some of the new stuff!

"So, we were working on some pre-production demos of the new material, and got as far as the rhythms, and realized we should just get started recording the songs at the Autopsy Room with Jesse, like we've done since 2003. We've all continued to refine our skills, acquire new gear, rehearsed constantly with a click track, and figure it's time to do it. The demos were coming out good, but we want to do this project justice and the tracks we've recorded so far have exceeded all expectations. The sounds can be described as 'ominous,' 'menacing,' 'evil,' 'dark' and of course 'brutal.' That's all for now!"

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