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Daylight Dies Taps Jens Bogren To Mix Upcoming Album

Daylight Dies has been working on the band's new album and follow-up to "Lost to the Living." The band has now checked in with the following brief update about the mixing process:

"It's official: Mixing for our new album will begin on April 1st, and will be performed by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios in Sweden. Vocal recording is now underway."

Further details on the album will be announced as they are made available. You can also check out photos from the band's time in the recording studio at this location.

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1. Cynic writes:

Good news, can't come soon enough.

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2. The_Avant_Garde writes:

Lets just hope this album is better than the last one, that thing was almost impossible to sit through. "Dismantling Devotion" was such a phenomenal record and "No Reply" was pretty damn good too.

For a band that's been around since 1996 they sure do take a long time between records.

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3. Cynic writes:

Meh I disagree - LTTL wasn't as good as "Dismantling Devotion", but after repeated listens I grew to to love it. I Couldn't get into "No Reply" on the other hand, didn't have the vocal magic for one and the riffs were pretty formative.

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