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De Lirium's Order Announces New Bassist Erkki Silvennoinen and Enters The Studio

Finnish death metal band De Lirium's Order has announced the addition of bassist Erkki Silvennoinen. The band comments on the addition, "Erkki Silvennoinen has joined De Lirium's Order to play bass. Erkki has recently been playing with Northern Kings and he is a former member of Amoral. De Lirium's Order rehearsed with him this week's monday and everything worked great!"

The band will also be entering the studio today to record a song for their new album. the band previously issued the following update about this:

"We're going to record one track from our new album, song called 'Maximum Sentence,' on 31st October. Some cameras will also be rolling then - expect some video footage."

"A couple of words on what we've planned for the future. We've reserved two weeks from Seawolf studios to record and mix the new album. This session will span from 7th to 21st of February 2011. The project will be interesting because we have planned to re-amp all guitars and bass. Vocals will probably also be recorded in advance. This means that I, Erkki, and Mika have to record everything in advance and Perttu will play (drums) along the guitar tracks!"

"It'd be nice to do everything in the studio, enjoy the atmosphere (especially the "nazi-like" commandment of some producer to ensure quality), and do some last minute improvisations. But the reality hits hard - the budget is very limited and there's no assurance that we would even get to break-even after the release. But it's not like I would be complaining. I'm going to release this album no matter what it will take."

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