NOMINON Working On 'Much Darker, More Varied' New AlbumFebruary 12, 2007
Swedish death metallers NOMINON have posted the following message on their official web site:
"The recording of the third full-length album is definitely closing in. Last weekend the final rehearsals before entering the Necromorbus Studio in Stockholm were held at the headquarters in Jönköping. This new, yet-untitled album will contain ten tracks of pure death metal. The material this time around certainly has a much darker approach and is bit more varied compared to the bands previous efforts.
NOMINON has also sorted out the agreements for this release now, and we can proudly confirm that the new album will be released and handled by the following labels/territories:
* Konqueror Records (Europe, Asia)
* Deathgasm Records / Ibex Moon Records (North & South America, Australia)
* Blood Harvest Records (responsible for the 12" LP vinyl release)
"We'll keep you updated on how the recording is turning out and you better prepare yourself for the ultimate warfare that will show up during April/May."
Australian label Asphyxiate Recordings will release the second album from NOMINON, entitled "Recremation", as a 12-inch picture disc. The release will be limited to 500 copies and is expected to surface within the next two months.
For more information, visit www.asphyxiaterecordings.com.
NOMINON has been added to the upcoming European tour featuring U.S. cult band NUNSLAUGHTER and DEMONICAL, the new Swedish death metal band featuring three former members of CENTINEX. According to a posting on the NOMINON web site, "This tour will take place between July 5 [and] July 17 and it will include at least one show in the following countries: Finland, Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden and Norway. It looks like there will be 12 shows altogether."
NOMINON's latest album, "Recremation", was recorded and mixed at Necromorbus Studio in Stockholm with engineer Tore Stjerna. A video for the track "House of Flies" was shot during the band's European tour with VITAL REMAINS in September/October 2005.
Comments Disclaimer And Information