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Amalgama Posts Studio Recording Footage

Amalgama has posted footage online from their current recording sessions, which can be viewed after the jump. The band also issued the following statement about their studio sessions:

"We spend weeks agonizing over clever email subject lines when we want to deliver some type new update to you, and today is no different. Feast your eyes on our latest update from our most recent studio session at North Albany Studios (sorry, New Jersey. You'll be the locale for the next round of sessions) with sound engineer and producer John Spomer at the board. Justin spent considerable time gearing up and honing in on the best drum takes for this EP and the finished product will reflect his diligence to the 4 songs slated for release.

"As we've done in previous sessions, vocalist John plays along on guitar as we record the drums and you can see a bit of that in the clip we're hosting on YouTube. The room we were in was massive: concrete floors, sheet rock and gigantic windows and a wood ceiling so the huge room sound you'll hear on the finished product will be natural and epic sounding.

"The term heavy metal obviously has some connotations of seriousness but we always manage to keep it hilarious and fun with whatever we do, as evident by the fun that we had during the session on a whole. You won't see us running around in corpse paint and waving around upside down crosses anytime soon! So we hope you enjoy the latest update; send it around to all your friends and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube page if you have an account. The benefit is getting an update of our latest video delivered directly to your inbox as soon as it's posted online."

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