Montreal, Quebec, Canada-based band VENGEFUL is entering the studio today (Monday, November 15) with producer Chris Donaldson (CRYPTOPSY, THE LAST FELONY, NEURAXIS) to begin recording its third album for an early 2011 release. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Delusional", "Malice", "Decay" and "Distant Exit".
Commented the band: "After seven years, the vision behind VENGEFUL's sound is now clearer than ever before and this next recording shall establish it once and for all.
"We've got 22 songs to record in one week. Why 22? More on that later too...
"Some footage from this past weekend's performance will be online soon, as well as a brief report from the studio."
VENGEFUL 2010 is:
Marc-André Grenier: Vocals
Jean-Marie Leblanc: Guitar/Back Vocals
Emmanuel Pronovost: Guitar/Back Vocals
Philipp Truesdell: Drums
VENGEFUL's second full-length album, "The Omnipresent Curse", was released in August 2009. The cover artwork was once again painted by Martin Lacroix (AUGURY, HUMANOID).
VENGEFUL's debut album, "Karma", was released in 2007 via Disconcert Music.
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