CANDLEMASS Mainman Inks Deal With Mascot Records For KRUX Project

April 15, 2002

CANDLEMASS mainman/bassist Leif Edling has inked a deal with Holland's Mascot Records for the rights to his latest project, KRUX, which is tentatively set to feature ENTOMBED drummer Peter Stjärnvind, ENTOMBED bassist Jörgen Sandstrom (on guitar),ARCH ENEMY/SPIRITUAL BEGGARS guitarist Michael Amott and ex-RED FUN vocalist Tomas Person. At the moment, Edling is recording rough demos at the home studio of OPETH mainman Mikael Åkerfeldt with a view towards tracking the group's self-titled debut in May for a late summer/early fall release. According to Edling, “I'm very pleased with the material and I think the record will be even heavier, harder and more epic than [CANDLEMASS' 1999 effort] From the 13:th Sun.”

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