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Aenimus Posts New Album Recording Studio Footage

San Francisco/North Bay metal act Ænimus has posted a second studio update video online. The second video features lead guitarist Brian 'Deebs' James answering questions about writing, recording, and gear, and also contains brief clips of some brand new tracks. Check out the video below.

Brian checked in with the following update on the recording process: "Hey guys, Brian here just checking in from the studio to elaborate on how the recording process has been going. I would love to be able to say that all the guitar parts throughout the album are nearly finished, but sadly, they are not. You see, a perk of being in a DIY band (in terms of recording anyway) is the fact that we can schedule the recording process around our daily lives.

"The only downside to that is it takes much longer than slamming out a 12 track album in a matter of weeks in some studio, while also keeping in mind that we are a 3 guitar band...and that means lots of different layers! Regardless, things are moving along at a steady pace while allowing all of us to work around our busy schedules. In all honestly, I wish we didn't have work, school, lives, etc. so that we could put this album out tomorrow! All of the songs are turning out awesome, and I am beyond stoked to get this thing done so everyone can finally have the opportunity to listen to it. All of the support and feedback we can get will help us immensely. Whether it be good or bad, it will only help us grow as writers, musicians, and most importantly, people."

The band is currently midway through recording the as-yet-untitled debut album at NB Recording in Santa Rosa, CA with drummer/producer Nick Botelho. The track listing is as follows:

1. Asherah's Hourglass
2. The Awakening
3. The Grasp of Ruin
4. Masterpiece
5. Descent Into Chaos
6. Black Malice Construct
7. Black Malice Alchemy
8. Thrive
9. Heavy Lies the Crown
10. Inertia
11. Convictions
12. The Final Delirium

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