INSOMNIUM: In Songwriting Mode

Finnish melodic death metallers INSOMNIUM have posted the following message on their official web site:

"Writing of the INSOMNIUM's third album is progressing slowly but surely. We had been without [a rehearsal] place for almost year since last spring when we were kicked out from our previous one because of breaking down the whole building. Luckily we managed to get us a new and absolutely better one few weeks ago and rehearsing will be much easier for now on. We held also proper rehearsals together for the long time and actually composed a brand new song spontaneously, which turned out something different for us. There will be some gigs in the summer but nothing sure yet."

INSOMNIUM's sophomore album, "Since the Day it All Came Down", was released in the U.S. last May via Candlelight Records. The group recently made their entire 1999 demo available for free download at their official web site. Check it out it at this location.


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