The Haunted Posts Updates On The Recording Of New Album
Veteran Swedish metal act The Haunted has entered Antfarm Studio in Aarhus, Denmark with the band's longtime producer Tue Madsen. The Haunted have started the recording of its seventh full-length album, currently planned for an early 2011 release through Century Media Records. The new album will be the follow up to 2008's "Versus."
The band commented on the recording process by saying:
"Busy day indeed. The drum kit was set-up already yesterday, so today we miced it up, and the old pool area sounded really cool. We got a really good sound going almost immediately. I exported all the demo tracks so we could mount it onto the click tracks for Per. (No this time we won't record live - surprise! ;). We did two drum takes all in all, but tomorrow will tell if we were up to something fruitful or not. Brain is melting - Need sleep / ZZZ
"We got off to an early start today, and after listening to yesterdays tracks we were very happy with the sound and the takes. Per was in the zone today, and we got 5 tracks down on tape (well, not really tape, but you get the drift ;). So far everthing is working excellent and we have a good vibe going. Peter will come down on Thursday, and hopefully he will help me out with these updates, I need to save my fingers for riffing. :) Thanks everybody for checking in, and cya tomorrow!"
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