Norway’s epic doom metallers Syrach have checked in with the following update about the pre-production process for the band’s upcoming album (that will hopefully be released by the end of this year):
“We have now finalized the recording of our pre-production, and will focus on rehearsing the new material with the next album in mind. So far we have 7 songs ready for the next album, with a total of approx 65 minutes of doom! We will now rehearse all songs properly and get them all into the right sound and vibe,with Jan Åge’s masterful drumming. Hopefully we’ll start recording the new album sometime during the summer, and have it ready by fall. All we can promise, though, is a kick ass Syrach album…
“This will be the first official recording with guitarist Andrea, bass player Øystein, and drummer Jan Åge. However this is a newline-up from the other albums, expect no less than great doom in the true veins of Syrach!”
Syrach’s upcoming album will be the follow-up to 2009’s “A Dark Burial” released on Napalm Records.