Darkness By Oath Issues "Near Death Experience" Recording Update
Spain's Darkness by Oath previously announced the band's upcoming album will be titled "Near Death Experience." The band has now checked in with the following update on the recording process:
"Maybe some of you were wondering about what's going on with the DBO guys, so now it's time to inform you about our current activities. The band entered Auryn Studios some weeks ago to record the third full length album, that will be released hopefully by the end of 2011.
"The 'Near Death Experience' sessions have already started, and by this time we have some of the work done. All the drums are finished by now, and the guitars are being recorded as you read this. Alain, Tris and Asier have been working hard on the drum stuff in order to improve the sound and dynamics of the drum section. We wanted to improve the previous albums' drum sound somehow and we think that we've got it.
"Regarding guitars, 6 songs are done already and another 4 to go. Tris and Alain have written some cool riffs, melodies and arrangements for this album we can tell you, and we're quite sure you'll like them a lot. As far as Tris said today, the recording is going smoothly and will end in about a week or so.
"Next to record will be Gorka on bass, and last but not least, Aritz on vocals. Almost all the lyrics are finished too (Aritz took care of them mostly, with some help from Alain and Asier), and the artwork is also in progress, as we've stated previously. Well, all this sums up what we've been up to lately. We'll keep you updated about how the rest of recording is going."
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