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Mnemic recording new album

Thursday, September 24, 2009 2:34 PM PT

Official press release:

Danish modern metallers Mnemic have entered the studio to begin recording their fourth studio album entitled "Sons Of The System," set for a January 2010 release via Nuclear Blast Records.

The band states: "After a minor two-year break from touring, we have returned to the studio to record 15 brand new tracks. Our batteries are recharged and we are extremely excited to let you all hear the new stuff. The material itself is a mixture of grind, rock, poly-rhythmics, and electronics, and represents the sound of a more mature Mnemic - at least in our humble opinion. Compared to the last album, the recordings will be kept completely on Danish soil. This time, we are more within our own comfort zone and will be working with the same dude that made us two great sounding albums in the past, which is none other than Tue Madsen [Halford, Behemoth, Kataklysm, The Haunted], who is a really good friend and a great producer. The drums will be tracked at Antfarm Studio, while guitars, bass and vocals will be immortalized at the band’s own studio under Tue’s supervision. At the end of the recording process, electronics, mix and mastering will then again be handled at Antfarm Studio. During the recording process, we will try to keep you all updated on the progress via SonsOfTheSystem.com. There will be tons of updates, pictures, videos and information directly from the band – stay in-tune!"

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