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Acrania Posts More Studio Footage From New Album "An Uncertain Collision"

Mexico City based metallers Acrania have posted the fourth part in a behind the scenes footage series taken from the recordings for forthcoming new album "An Uncertain Collision." Check out this latest clip below.

The album will be available worldwide on October 20th, 2012. The following press release was also issued: "Produced by J.C. Chávez and Luis Oropeza at 'Circo Volador Studios' in Mexico City, the album explores a new range of Latin rhythms and instruments that had not been used in previous albums. Merengue, Puerto Rican bomba, cha cha cha, samba and 'plena,' are all addressed in this new album, fused with the power of death metal and technical riffs, powerful drumming with unusual rythms within the genre, growls and lyrics that address all kinds of human and spiritual passions."

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