Exmortus Comments On Upcoming Album "Beyond The Fall Of Time"
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Since the release of the band's debut album "In Hatreds Flame" in July 2008, Exmoruts has kept busy touring and gigging relentlessly with bands such as label mates Vektor and L.A. black thrashers Witchaven. After suffering a temporary setback with the departure of former front man Balmore during early 2010, the band rebounded quickly with lead guitar shredder Conan taking over on vocals and the addition of new guitarist Sean Redline.
The short break from the band's busy live schedule also provided the act with the time needed to complete material for the upcoming sophomore album entitled "Beyond the Fall of Time." The death-thrash quartet entered Black Static Studio in Los Angeles to begin recording "Beyond the Fall of Time," tentatively scheduled for release during late summer 2011 on Heavy Artillery Records.
Drummer Mario Moreno had this to say about the new line-up and progress in the studio to date:
"We’ve been at Black Static Studios for nine days now and we feel that we couldn’t have picked a better studio to capture the new material. The line-up change during early 2010 set our original recording plans back by several months so we’re excited to finally be recording this album. With the new line-up of Conan on vocals and the addition of Sean Redline on second guitar the band is at its strongest ever. We’re really happy with the new material and the heavier sound. Sean has contributed a lot of great ideas to the album overall and Conan will finally get to showcase his vocals."
You can listen to the demo versions of "Destroy" and "Entombed with the Pharaohs" from the upcoming album at this location.
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