DECEASED Complete Work On New Album

December 21, 2004

Long-running metallers DECEASED have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We finished the new album, 'As The Weird Travel On', last week at Assembly Line Studios. It will be mastered in about a week or so and then should be released around February 1st on Thrash Corner Records. The production on this album is by far the best we've ever had. Working with Kevin [Gutierrez, producer] was a real blast, and a great learning experience for all of us. The recording techniques we used on this album were completely different than what we'd ever done in the past. Doing the whole record on the computer, using Pro Tools, etc. was all new to us, but Kevin knew what he was doing and knew the type of sound that we were looking for. For me, it was literally the first time I'd seen him in 15 years. Still the same Kevin, we had a blast reminiscing about the 'good old days,' but when it was time to get serious, he was the ultimate professional. Musically, it reminds me a lot of mid-'80s German thrash (imagine that, haha). The vocals are similar sounding to Stacy Anderson of HALLOWS EVE. I know this sounds like a cliche because every band says the same thing whenever they release a new album, but we truly feel that this is our best record yet. We hope you feel the same way too when you hear it."

"As the Weird Travel On" projected track listing:

01. The Funeral Parlor's Secret
02. Craving Illness
03. Missing A Pulse
04. A Witness To Suspiria
05. Unwanted Memories (It Always Ends In Tears)
06. The Kept
07. A Visit From Dread
08. Fright

A demo recording of "The Funeral Parlor's Secret" can currently be downloaded from this location.

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