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Memory Garden Finishes Recording New Album "Doomain"

Swedish doom act Memory Garden, which recently re-signed to Metal Blade, has finished the recordings for upcoming fifth album "Doomain." The"Doomain" album will be released the 16th of April via Metal Blade Records.

"Doomain" was recorded Annoying Sound Factory & SolnaSound Recording by the band with a little assistance engineering from Mike Wead (King Diamond) during the lead guitar sessions. The mix was done by Dan Swanö at Unisound. Comments the band:

"The recording of Doomain must be the most relaxed album session we've ever done. We recorded most of the album ourselves in our own studio and took the time we wanted and needed to get it done. Dan Swanö helped us getting the rig together and he provided us with the tools to do it and from there we did it ourselves. The lead guitar sessions were done at SolnaSound Recording by Simon & Mike Wead. When it all was done it was sent to Dan Swanö and Unisound for mix and mastering. The final album is amazing and we are so thrilled to get it out to all of you."

The band also comments on the album title: "We wanted a short and effective title to this album. It's a little game of words referring to the style of music we play 'doom metal' and the actual word Domain. We see this album as a statement of what Memory Garden stands for music wise and this album is certainly down our alley, it's in our Doomain."

Memory Garden is:

Stefan Berglund – Vocals
Simon Johansson – Lead Guitars
Andreas Mäkelä – Guitars
Johan Fredrikson – Bass Guitar
Tom Björn – Drums

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