Shadowside Comments On Upcoming Album "Inner Monster Out"
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After previously announcing the track listing for the new album "Inner Monster Out," Brazil's Shadowside has now checked in with an update about the album. "I believe it's safe to say this is our best material to date," said vocalist, Dani Nolden, of the 11 new tracks on the album. "It's very heavy and angry, but also very musical. We worked a lot on the melodies to make them catchy, yet elaborate, just to the right extent."
"Inner Monster Out" was produced, mixed, and mastered at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden by Fredrik Nordström (Arch Enemy, At The Gates, Bring Me The Horizon, In Flames), and features guest vocals from the likes of Björn "Speed" Strid (Soilwork), Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquility), and Niklas Isfeldt (Dream Evil).
"Working with Fredrik (Nordström) was fantastic and everything went smoothly," said Nolden. "He is a perfectionist, and really helped push ourselves to our best. We were pretty much living in the studio for a month, so the whole band was completely focused on the album and on nothing else. I can't wait to have this album out and play these songs live. That's what they were written for!"
"Inner Monster Out" is the follow up to 2009's "Dare to Dream." Shadowside's debut, "Theatre of Shadows," was released in 2007. Shadowside will continue to play live shows as the band preps for the release of the new record. Upcoming dates are as follows:
April 9 2011 - Rio Claro, Brazil - D'Vinci Bar
June 23 2011 Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Banja Luka Rock Open Air
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