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Amalgama Checks In From The Recording Studio

New York's Amalgama has checked in from the studio with the following recording report:

"Still working away diligently here in upstate NY; it was our second session at North Albany Studios following our very excellent drum session. There were some technical difficulties we had to deal with mid-afternoon yesterday but judging by the guitar lines we were laying down yesterday we have to say this is going to be one badass EP. Our producer John Spomer had endless amounts of guitar lines tracked to give it this massive feel to further amplify the drum tracks and the natural room feel of the overall recording.

"Sean was up next and ran through his tracks in record time; his playing was so solid that we even had time to go back and redo a whole song with a different bass in order to get that perfect bass tone for each track.

"We still haven't decided on a name for the disc yet or even contemplated artwork but it looks like we're going to try and get back on the road in June once this badboy is finished. We'll obviously keep you posted on what's next for us (and don't forget to 'Like' us on Facebook!)"

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