ANTIBODY Enter Studio To Record New CD

July 28, 2004

Unsigned Swedish metal band ANTIBODY are currently in the studio recording the follow-up to their CD "I Love What You Hate". "We're trying to get as much done as we can as soon as possible," says bass player Claes Wiberg, "since I'm starting vet nurse school at the tail end of August. This won't affect the band much, as I'll be zig-zagging back and forth across the country, but we wanna get some good shit down on tape first."

Wiberg describes the new material as "more thrash than before — faster stuff. There's a sense of urgency to most of it."

The latest ANTIBODY release, the aforementioned "I Love What You Hate" demo, can still be downloaded for free at this location.

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