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Vintage Flesh Issues Studio Recording Update

New Hampshire black metallers Vintage Flesh have checked in with the following recording update:

"Whoa that was a rougher ride then the first! but we managed to nail two long songs one clocking at a whopping 10 minutes plus! The other just under at 9 and change. I know we did some other shit but alot of time was lost. We split the band up for almost a minute at one point. Just to give ya an idea of the tension involved. The drums are very demanding of every fiber of talent I have to offer them and that's not as much as I would like. But said and done and I am very glad for being pushed to the extreme. Note to self : don't go into the recording process with Hex knowing he is without weedies. Gotta keep that well supplied. Much more reasonable when high and drunk. End of note.

"Other then that we get off to a slow start. Our fine rec. engineer Gemini was still on the road rushing back from the Maryland Death Fest at the time we were to meet at the Opal studio. So we didn't get started till about 3:30PM. Till about 12:30Oneish in the morning! Hey I'm an old cotter and need my ugly rest. looks as nasty as mine don't fall from the sky. So to rap this up i will conclude, it looks like we have one more drum session if not two. I'm hoping one. Then I can take a break for a couple weeks and let TexHex do his things on the strings. Hopefully we wont find him hangin' from the ceiling by one of them. More later, remain a hater..."

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