DETONATION To Enter Studio In December
Dutch melodic death/thrashers DETONATION have issued the following update:
"More news about our third album. We are going to do things slightly different than before and record our newest piece in cooperation with Split Second Sound, together with producer Jochem Jacobs (TEXTURES)! Recordings will start around December this year, and our goal is to have things completed around January next year. We will start working on the pre-preduction [as soon as possible]! Looking at Jochem's previous work and the groove and heaviness of our new songs, this new album is bound to become something very special!"
DETONATION's second album, "Portals to Uphobia", was released in the U.S. last October via The End Records. The CD was issued in Europe through Osmose Productions.
The follow up to 2003's "An Epic Defiance", "Portals to Uphobia" was recorded at Excess studio in Rotterdam, Holland and features cover artwork by Niklas Sundin of Cabin Fever Media (IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY, DARK TRANQUILLITY).
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