Swedish sickos Grave have begun work recording their new album. .
The masters of death commenced recording last weekend at their own Studio Soulless, working on songs for what is at the moment titled “Endless Procession Of Souls”.
The Extremely Rotten death metallers are tracking 12 songs, including nine new ones and three “very special” cuts for the LP, which will be released in mid-2012 through Century Media Records.
Guitarist and growler Ola Lindgren commented: “[The recording sessions have] been going very well and [the stuff] sounds killer already at this early stage with only drums and bass tracks done. I would describe it as a mix of our latest two releases with some more old-school, groovy ‘Soulless’ parts.”
The band’s guitarist of three years, Magnus Martinsson, has been succeeded by Mika Lagrén, after they recently parted ways with Magnus.
Grave are also planning on releasing footage taken from a gig last year at Club Distortion/Kulturhuset in Stockholm, where they marked the 20th anniversary of their classic debut full-length, “Into The Grave”, by performing the album in its entirety, as well as “another handful of classic tunes.”
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