News•January 16, 2007 7:46 PM ET•6,356 views
Through The Eyes Of The Dead update
South Carolina's Through The Eyes Of The Dead are currently completing new songs for the band's second full-length, the follow-up to 2005's "Bloodlust." The new album, already dubbed "Malice," will again feature artwork from Paul Romano (Mastodon, The Red Chord), while this time around the band has enlisted Erik Rutan (of Hate Eternal) for production, engineering and mixing and Alan Douches (Unearth, Shadows Fall) for mastering. The band will travel to Mana Studios in St. Petersburg, FL. on February 16th and wrap up recording March 15th. "The new material is coming along nicely," guitarist Justin Longshore says. "The songs are a lot more mature and the music is much faster, aggressive, and way more pissed off. I think fans are going to really love it. We are really pumped to work with Erik Rutan on Malice. We've never worked with a producer and I don't think we could have chosen anyone better; we really admire the work he's done in Morbid Angel and Hate Eternal and also the engineering efforts he's produced for Cannibal Corpse, Hate Eternal, and Premonitions of War, among others. After we hit the studio, we plan to dominate the world once again and tour throughout the year. We will be playing a lot of new places including Europe. 2007 is going to be an exciting year for TTEOTD."
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