Imagika Writing New Material For 8th Album
San Francisco bay area act Imagika has commenced writing for the band's upcoming 8th album. The follow up to “Portrait Of A Hanged Man” will see the debut appearance of new members guitarist Rob Kowolski and drummer Wayne DeVecchi. Guitarist Steve Rice will again engineer the new album, which will be mixed by Andy LaRocque. Founding member Steve Rice discusses the approach to the new CD by stating:
"The band is definitely ready to kick ass with the new material that has been developing since we’ve been back from our US tour this past Summer. 13 new songs are in the works and as usual it will be a departure from our past releases. The original idea was to approach this as a concept album, but we agreed that it’s been beat to death by so many other bands that there is no point. I mean how can you top some of the great Metal concept albums like Operation Mind Crime or Abigail? It’s very hard to accomplish and not really our thing at the end of the day.
"But after hearing our singer’s seemingly endless collection of fruity, flowery Euro Power Metal while on the tour bus and sparing his iPod a horrible asphalt death I definitely knew what I didn't want to do! HA! A CD full of progressive, complex and melodic Thrash Metal is more appealing to me and the band at this point and decidedly the definitive goal for this next release. By bringing new blood into the band there’s an aggressive attitude for making a bold statement with a lot to prove! Also being able to approach the recordings as a 2 guitar band is inspiring since we haven’t done that since our 'My Bloodied Wings' 2006 release. It’ll be cool to kick it up a notch and bring more shred and harmony to the table this time. All in all I’m expecting nothing but the best from the band."
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