THE INTERBEING Recording Debut Album

Danish industrial metal band THE INTERBEING recently entered the studio to begin recording its debut album, "Edge Of The Obscure", for a late 2010 release. The CD will be mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen, who has previously worked with VOLBEAT, MERCENARY, NIGHTRAGE, HATESPHERE and RAUNCHY, among others.

Video footage from the recording sessions can be viewed below.

Formed in Copenhagen, Denmark THE INTERBEING "delivers a captivating combination of cynical Scandinavian metal and industrial," according to the band's official bio. "Dark electronic elements merge with heavy riffs and dynamic vocals. Together with the atmospheric and melodic aspects, a powerful compound is created just below the surface and waits to emerge."

THE INTERBEING is:

Dara Toibin - Vocals
Torben Pedersen - Guitar
Boas Segel - Guitar
Jacob Aa. Hansen - Bass
Kristoffer Egefelt - Drums

For more information, visit www.theinterbeing.com.

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