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Nothnegal Checks In From The Recording Studio

Nothnegal recently began recording the follow-up to the band's debut full-length "Decadence" (reviewed here), and now the group has checked in with the following recording update:

"Hello! Three days of work done! DAY 1 Matt and Shamheed listened to the demos which we have been working on for the past 2 months before entering Vakaruge Studios and we did the basic setup of the guitar rigs. We worked on the basic structures and arrangements of 2 of the songs and got a bit familiar with the sound we were looking for.

"DAY 2 we worked on 2 more songs which were slightly different from the previous songs we worked on (which were a bit heavier, the latter being slower).

"DAY 3 Affan (who was unable to join us in the previous 2 sessions) joined us for this session and we worked on 2 more songs, Affan tried a couple of vocal melodies on the songs we had already worked on just so we got some kind of an idea on how the end result might sound like. So after working for close to 6 hours today, time for a break!"

Photos from the new album's recording sessions can also be seen online at the Nothnegal website here.

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