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Leprous Issues New Album Recording Update

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Norway's Leprous has issued the following update about recording a new full-length album and follow up to 2009's "Tall Poppy Syndrome:"

"The recording of our new album is now in progress! Tobias did an unbelievably good job with recording all the drums in only two days. The first eight (out of ten) tracks he managed to do in only one day. We will of course post a blog entry about the drum recording, which took place in Juke Joint studio in Notodden. Next up is the guitars!"

You can also check out sample Leprous tracks available for streaming via the band's MySpace page.

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