EXTOL Book Studio Time

Norwegian progressive thrash/death metallers EXTOL will enter Toproom Studio in Norway on Monday, August 2 to begin recording their fourth full-length album, tentatively titled "Gloriana". "As many of you may know, this is the same studio we used for 'Synergy' and so we're once again looking forward to work with Herr Børge Finstad," the band write on their web site. "The new material demands a different sound approach than the detailed 'Synergy' concept. In order to create a heavier and more atmospheric EXTOL sound, we will bring the recorded material from Toproom to Antfarm Studio (THE HAUNTED, HEAVEN SHALL BURN, HATESPHERE) in Aarhus, Denmark to mix it there."

EXTOL recently amicably parted ways with guitarists Christer Espevoll and Ole Borud. The group have yet to announce their replacements.


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