Kittie Recording New Album In Isolation
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Canadian metal band KITTIE have been holed up in the isolation of Longview Farm Studios in Massachusetts for three weeks working on their third full-length album, "Until the End".
"The studio we are recording at is on a farm," said drummer Mercedes Lander. "At night you can hear the horses walking around in the stables, which are located directly underneath us."
Though lacking in nightlife, recording in a secluded area has enabled KITTIE to concentrate fully on the recording process with little distraction from the outside world.
"It's kind of interesting because we have nothing to do but focus on our music," Lander said. "Since we've been here we have left the premises maybe three times in three weeks."
The three-week recording period, though seemingly short for some bands, has been more than adequate for KITTIE to lay down the tracks. "This is the longest we have ever had to record, so there seems to be plenty of time to accomplish exactly what we need to do," said guitarist/vocalist Morgan Lander. "The atmosphere is really laid back, and they have made us all feel right at home here. There is a lot of history behind this place, so we were confident we could endure the horse flies for three weeks."
Bassist Jennifer Arroyo echoes Mercedes Lander's sentiments: "We can completely focus on our music and the smell of horse shit is completely charming!"
"Until the End" is scheduled for a summer release on Artemis Records.
Source: Mazur PR
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