NewsJanuary 26, 2007 7:02 PM ET3,990 views

Cephalic Carnage recording new album

Cephalic Carnage has entered the studio to record their as-yet-untitled new full-length album. The band (Lenzig Leal: vocals, Zac Joe: guitar, John Merryman: drums, Steve Goldberg: guitar, Nick Schendzielos: bass) is recording the follow-up to 2005's "Anomalies" in the band's own studio with long time producer/engineer Dave Otero. Guitarist Zac Joe recently provided this update: "We've started work on our 5th studio album and even though Colorado was hit with three of the worst blizzards in its history, which brought everything to a stand still, John has completed the drum tracks and we are neck deep into the guitars. I can say without a doubt say that John has pushed himself harder and out-performed anything I've ever heard from him, and that’s saying a lot. As for the rest of the music, it gives me that excited naughty little feeling in the pit of my stomach that can only be compared to the first time you make out with your best friends girl." The band should complete the album by early-spring for a May release via Relapse Records.



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