Entrails Working On Upcoming Fourth Album
Deep in the forests of Sweden, a long trip into the southern countryside and in the small village of Linneryd, Entrails guitarist Jimmy Lundqvist has resurrected the old converted woodshed that the band used as a rehearsal room in the 90's. Behind these walls he was making some nasty riffs during the early 90's until the band was put to sleep.
It has now become a studio/rehearsal room for the band where Entrails can record music instead of hiring a studio to record drums. But it doesn't end there; when Jimmy was done with the studio, he was so inspired that he locked himself in and wrote music for days.
Comments Lundqvist: "These walls have some cool memories and bring me in the mood to create, so it was a good decision to renovate that room and make it a studio combined with a rehearsal room. It took me some weeks during the summer to fix the room and of course I had friends helping me until it was done. Finally we have our own studio which will help us a lot in being even more creative."
Entrails has gathered to rehearse and will soon begin the recordings for a fourth album. The Swedish death metal machine comments further: "We will work a bit harder to do more shows in 2014 and so far we already have a few confirmed. More to follow soon!"
You can also catch the band live:
22/02/14 DE – München – Feierwerk w/Fleshcrawl, Deserted Fear, Revel In Flesh, Lifeless
28/02/14 UK – London – The Unicorn
01/03/14 UK – Manchester – FOAD Fest @ Sound Control
02/03/14 UK – Oxford – The Wheat Shearf
22/05/14 US – New York – Saint Vitus Bar
23-25/05/14 US – Baltimore – Maryland Deathfest
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