News Bands Psycroptic prepares new album

Psycroptic prepares new album

Posted May 25, 2010, 3:41 a.m. in Bands by Jon E.

Official press release:

Tasmania's technical death metallers Psycroptic are currently hard at work on writting material for their follow-up to their Nuclear Blast Records debut Ob(Servant). The band will be writing the new record right up until their US tour with Egyptian themed deathers Nile, the ancient Roman themed arsenal Ex Deo, Norwegian extreme metallers Keep Of Kalessin, and brutal death grinders Pathology.

States guitarist Joe Haley: "We're half way through the writing process for the new Psycroptic album, and everything is going great. The songs are coming together really naturally - nothing sounds forced, and we're really excited to start recording this one. The material is the strongest and most memorable we have written .I know every band says this but if it wasn’t true there wouldn't be a point in us recording it! The Demoing process will begin in the next few weeks. We hope to have everything finished up before we head out on the last touring for Ob(Servant)."

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