GRAVE To Begin Recording New Album

April 17, 2004

Legendary Swedish death metallers GRAVE will enter Abyss studio on Sunday, April 18 to begin recording their sixth full-length album, tentatively titled "Fiendish Regression". The follow-up to 2002's "Back From the Grave" will be recorded and produced by Tommy and Peter Tägtgren. Nine new songs and two bonus tracks will be laid down during the sessions. An August/September European release through Century Media Records is expected.

GRAVE, who recently replaced drummer Christofer Barkensjö (KAAMOS) with Pelle Liljenberg (COERCION),have been confirmed for the Party.San Open Air Festival, set to take place Aug. 12-14 in Bad Berka, Germany. Also scheduled to appear are DARK FUNERAL, DISMEMBER, HYPOCRISY, PUNGENT STENCH and UNLEASHED, among others.

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