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Corpus Mortale To Enter The Recording Studio

Denmark based death metal act Corpus Mortale has issued the following announcement about gearing up to enter the recording studio:

"The news first. We can finally announce (after several delays) that we have booked the infamous AntFarm studio for the recordings of the 3rd CM album. If all goes according to the plans it should be fully recorded, mixed and mastered before new year. As soon as we begin the recordings we'll make a studio blog which we will up-date regularly. Jacob Olsen (Panzerchrist etc.) will be in charge og the sound, engineering and mixing. We'll also have a photo-session going down next week so expect a series of pictures with our pretty faces very soon.

"Tour-update: It's always dangerous to announce anything before it's certain it will happen therefore we haven't posted anything about the following Eastern European mini-tour until now. Now it should be 100% sure we'll go and we really look forward to it since we haven't played those countries before and we've only heard good things about the crowds those places. We'll be going with Hungarian band MALEDICTION + various local support acts. You can check out the dates in the event list.

"Furthermore our forthcoming Scandinavian tour with ABYSMAL TORMENT & INSISION is beginning to take shape.. 3 shows are already posted and if everything works out as planned we have 4-5 more in store for you freaks. Keep an eye out for up-dates. As for 2011 a lot of VERY interesting offers has come up, more news on those later. Also we have several festivals lined up for next summer, but it's too early to mention any of those as well."

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