IN VAIN: In Songwriting Mode

January 28, 2008

Norwegian extreme metallers IN VAIN have issued the following update:

"For the first half of this year, IN VAIN will focus on writing new material. Depending on how the songwriting is progressing, we hope to enter the studio this summer to record a new album. Quite a few songs are already finished."

IN VAIN released its full-length debut, "The Latter Rain", last year via Indie Recordings. The CD was recorded at DUB Studio (GREEN CARNATION, BLOOD RED THRONE, CHAIN COLLECTOR) in the summer/fall of 2006 and involved close to 20 guest musicians and several guest vocalists, such as Jan K. Transeth (IN THE WOODS...) and Kjetil Nordhus (GREEN CARNATION, TRAIL OF TEARS).

For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.

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