THYRANE Begin Work On New Material

November 17, 2003

Finland's THYRANE have posted the following message on their web site:

"We are currently writing and pre-producing the material for next album. So far we have four songs more or less ready. About the musical direction, at this point we can say that it could be described as a mixture of the two previous albums, 'Hypnotic' and 'The Spirit Of Rebellion', basically it means a bit more speed and a bit less industrial sounds than were present on 'Hypnotic'. The album is planned to be recorded at Tico Tico studio here in Kemi but we'll know more about that later. Basically it depends on that how full Tico is booked. Most likely we'll continue with Spikefarm [Records] with the upcoming album."

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