Jinjer nearly complete writing new album
During an interview with MoreCore.TV (can be seen below) at the Rock Am Ring festival in Nürburgring, Germany, Eugene Abdukhanov, the bassist of Ukrainian modern metallers Jinjer, discussed the progress of their upcoming album, which will follow their 2021 release, Wallflowers. Eugene shared that a significant amount of new music has already been written, with demos having been recorded.
He explained that the band is currently waiting for the right moment to begin the recording process in the studio. Eugene expressed confidence in the material, stating that they are approximately 80% complete with the new album.
When asked about the musical direction of the new Jinjer material, Eugene emphasized the importance of incorporating elements that haven't been explored before. He acknowledged the difficulty in predicting the exact nature of the album but hinted that it would certainly be different from their previous work.
While Wallflowers leaned towards a doom metal direction with its slow and atmospheric parts, Eugene hinted that the new record would take a different approach, possibly leaning towards death metal or a similarly powerful and groove-oriented style that delivers a forceful impact.
The band remains excited about its musical evolution and aims to create fresh and captivating music that pushes boundaries while resonating with its audience.