UNEARTHLY TRANCE Begin Work on New Album!

Posted: February 27, 2010 in metal
UNEARTHLY TRANCE will begin work on their follow-up album to Electrocution this weekend in New York, New York. This will be the trio’s fifth studio album, aptly titled V.

UNEARTHLY TRANCE will begin recording at SIR studios with engineer Sanford Parker overseeing the skeletal creation of the recording. The band will then continue to self-record with additional help from trusted experts along the way. V will also mark another twist on UNEARTHLY TRANCE’s sound, with slower paced riffs, raw sonics and even more progressed songwriting, the band is taking its sound towards creatively darker and strangely morbid realm. V will feature artwork by Glyn Scrawled and is expected to see a late spring release date. Additional album details will be announced shortly.

UNEARTHLY TRANCE recently teamed up with VOLITION for a limited edition split 7″ of WINTER covers. UNEARTHLY TRANCE recorded their take on “Servants of the Warsmen” and VOLITION covered “Eternal Frost”. Audio samples can be heard here along with additional pressing information.

UNEARTHLY TRANCE will also see the reissues of their first two albums, Season of Séance, Science of Silence and In The Red, on double vinyl later this year via Parasitic Records. The band is also working on a split 12″ with THE ENDLESS BLOCKADE. Details on these releases and more will be made available via the re-designed UnearthlyTrance.com.

Updated UNEARTHLY TRANCE news / tour information will be made available via the Relapse Records website: http://www.relapse.com/ and UNEARTHLY TRANCE websites: http://ping.fm/5xzMC / www.myspace.com/utny. Deadwebzine News Center – http://ping.fm/SiQmd ___+++


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