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Woland Working On Debut Full-Length Album

Finnish post black metal group Woland is currently in the studio recording a debut full-length album. The group previously released a two song cut entitled "Conquer All & Live Forever," which has already been available for streaming online since February.

Woland's frontman, also known as Cavus vocalist W, states the following:

"We are currently working in our guitarist LXIV's own studio, west of Helsinki. Most of the drum parts are done, as well as the bass and big parts of the guitars. The plan is to have the basics done by July so we can start the vocal recordings in August. Having a private and yet modern location where to conduct the recordings gives us a lot of freedom to experiment with different technologies and ways of production, so we are taking our time.

"We will have some great guest musicians on the album for which we may need to re-locate a bit, but I don't want to give out any spoilers yet. All in all I'm personally very enthusiastic with this album. While my work in black metal so far has mostly been about the grit, dirt and uglyness, this is the perfect moment to show the other side of the same coin."

The band previously stated that the still unnamed album "will portray some of the most powerful songs and lyrics portrayed in this genre" and that Woland is "embarking on a voyage for extraordinary spiritual clarity, striving for that endless splendor and eternal mind."

You can check out Woland's music by heading over to the band's Facebook page at this location.

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