SCARVE: 'Expect Another Extreme Slab Of Raging Metal'
French metallers SCARVE have posted the following message on their official web site:
"We’re currently drenched in sweat writing and rehearsing our next collection of blasting tunes! But we’ll still do our best to keep y’all posted regularly. So far, about five song skeletons have emerged and they sound really promising! The new stuff pretty much follows the path paved by 'Irradiant', including some nice rhythmic twists and a lot of dark riffing. Expect another extreme slab of raging metal!!!"
SCARVE will enter Dug-Out studio in Uppsala, Sweden in the spring to begin recording the follow-up to last year's "Irradiant", tentatively due in September 2006. The band have also postponed plans to have their debut album, "Translucence" (originally released in 2000), reissued in 2005 with a bonus DVD. "Preparing the bonus DVD is taking more time than expected, and we really want this to be a killer package!" the band write on their web site. A 2006 release is expected.
SCARVE's Dirk Verbeuren has spent much of 2005 touring with SOILWORK after having laid down the drum tracks for the group's new album, "Stabbing the Drama".
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