MYGRAIN Completes Work On Sophomore Album

Finnish melodic death metal act MYGRAIN has issued the following update:

"[The second MYGRAIN album] 'Signs of Existence' has finally been recorded! Every chord and beat is on the tape and there's nothing that can save us anymore. We're extremely happy with the result and as we had a tiny pre-pre-listening session for a small amount of people last weekend, they seemed to be content too.

"The mastering process will take place next Tuesday at Finnvox studios and after that there's nothing to do but wait for the CDs to arrive from the factory (and to hope no one fucks up this time).

"In a couple of months we'll let you know the Finnish tour dates. There are a couple of them confirmed already but you just have to be patient for a lil' while. There's gonna be new exciting places to conquer, so see you on the road next spring!"

MYGRAIN's debut album, "Orbit Dance", was released in 2006. The CD was recorded and mixed in November 2005 and January 2006 at Sound Supreme studio by Janne Saksa. It was mastered in February 2006 at Finnvox studios by Mika Jussila.

For more information, visit www.mygrain1.com.

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