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Foscor Enters The Studio To Record Fourth Album

The dark metallers in Foscor are at the Nautilus Studios in Barcelona to begin recording their fourth full-length album.

The new album, to be titled "Those Horrors Wither," is the follow up to 2009's "Groans to the Guilty" and marks an expansion in the band's musical direction, away from the strict confines of black metal.

Work has already started on the drum tracks, and Foscro will be posting regular updates and photos from the recording sessions via Facebook here. Commenting on the new direction, Foscor founders Falke and Fiar had this to say:

"We have been developing our direction and sound since the very beginning, and now we feel we have reached the stage where our musical abilities have increased to the extent where we can express ourselves fully though our music in the way we always wanted and we have truly come into our own. We don't really know how you would classify the new direction, but we have expanded our musical horizons, dipping into doom, and even moments of prog, whilst keeping the claustrophobic black atmosphere. I guess you could say that the new album will be much more multi-dimensional.

"Fans who have been with us from the start will have probably had some kind of inkling as to the direction we will be taking, and we hope they will be very satisfied with what they are going to hear. There's a lot of work yet to be done and we will try to keep everyone updated every step of the way. Darkness will speak again…"

Foscor's next live appearance will be on the 21st of May at the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona supporting Godflesh at the Sala Apolo.

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