News•April 5, 2011 1:45 AM ET•4,694 views
Decapitated completes new full-length
Official press release: Technical death metal band Decapitated have issued the final report from Radio Gdañsk Studio in Poland regarding the recording for their Nuclear Blast Records debut and follow-up to 2006's Organic Hallucinosis: "The session is over! We are 100% happy with what we have created. The final effect is mind-blowing and we ourselves are surprised with the outcome of a two-month recording session and a six-month period of polishing the material. Worth mentioning is that some of the riffs were done in the days of the prior Decapitated. People have changed, but the spirit has remained untouched and despite a few innovations, it is still the Decapitated you all know. "As we had mentioned before, we have been consistently striving to get the 'true,' organic and natural sound. The sum of all ingredients has resulted in a staggering power and a crazy adrenaline shot. Moreover, to our surprise, something else has emerged... insanity, madness, inexplicable power. This is the factor that most of [the] top 'trite' productions lack. Over the whole music hovers some idea, some concept that infects the listeners like a disease. This is what the music is always all about and the reason why you return to some records years after years - it's the emotions... We are damn proud, fulfilled, self-confident and are looking forward to confronting the new material live. All the best!” Decapitated's new album was produced by Wacek Kieltyka and sound engineered by Malta Arkadiusz Malczewski. Drums were recorded with Daniel Bergstrand (Behemoth, Meshuggah), who also handled mixing duties. The band will be self-releasing the new album in their native Poland.
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