SCARVE Hard At Work On New Album
French metallers SCARVE have posted the following message on their official web site:
"Hell, yeah, we're still among the living… The studio is eating up mostly all of our time, and the good news is that the result fucking rules!!! Sylvain [Coudret] and Patrick [Martin] have been working hard and the guitars sound purely crushing, definitely more accurate than ever before. The new songs can best be described with just two words: heaviness and insanity!!! Once all guitar and bass tracks will be done, Guillaume [Bideau, vocals] and Pierrick [Valence, vocals] will head back to the Dug-Out Studio [in Uppsala, Sweden], where Daniel Bergstrand [producer] will handle vocal recordings and mixing duties."
SCARVE's follow-up to 2004's "Irradiant" is tentatively later this fall via Listenable Records.
SCARVE's Dirk Verbeuren in 2005 joined SOILWORK as a full-fledged member after having laid down the drum tracks for the group's latest album, "Stabbing the Drama", and touring with the group for the past few years.
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