Sinthetik report that they will enter the studio today to start tracking drums for their debut release. The EP, as yet untitled, will consist of 4 tracks and will be available for a free digital download. The track listing is as follows:
1. The Summit
Aechoes (formerly known as Kill the Masses) report that they will start recording their upcoming album in April. They have also announced that Threat Signal and Nociceptor guitarist Travis Montgomery will be doing a guest appearance on the album. As we wrote earlier, the album will be recorded with Daniel Braunstein of Volumes at the helm.
Kill the Masses report that they plan to hit the studio in late March / early April to record their upcoming full length album. The album will be recorded with Volumes guitarist and engineer Daniel Braunstein, and it will feature guest appearances by Chris Storey (ex-All Shall Perish), and possibly Corey Bennet (Bermuda). The band have decided to add several more progressive elements to this upcoming release. Two jam videos can be watched below. They feature guitar players Rob Brown and Nathan Porteous and drummer Elden Ferris playing a couple of songs in the early stages of creation.
As we reported, last Monday Meshuggah streamed parts of their 2010 DVD 'Alive' and answered fan-asked questions on the Nuclear Blast streaming room. During this session, they also revealed some details about their upcoming 2011 release. The band are apparently hoping to put out a new album in September or October of this year.
Commenting about the sound of the new album, drummer Tomas Haake said (as paraphrased by MetalInjection): "We have a sound that we are going for. We were pretty happy with how the production came out on obZen, and the new album is kind of in that vein, but there will always be a bit of difference." The album will not be mixed by the band themselves, but by Daniel Bergstrand, who also worked with them on 'Chaosphere' and 'Destroy Erase Improve'.
Keith Merrow has uploaded a video of himself and Nevermore guitarist Jeff Loomis, recording a guest solo for his upcoming full-length album. Watch it below. Jeff Loomis also recorded a guest solo for Periphery's song 'Racecar'.