ALL SHALL PERISH 'Is Becoming A Well-Oiled Machine In The Studio'

After touring 10 out of 12 months in 2007, Oakland, California-based death metal band ALL SHALL PERISH has finally begun recording the follow-up to "The Price of Existence", set to be released worldwide later in the year on Nuclear Blast Records.

Commented the group: "Great news is finally here, we have been working frantically around the clock with Zack Ohren at Castle Ultimate Studios to create what we concider the heaviest, most cutting-edge PERISH album to date. Listening back on what we have already laid down in the studio, it's apparent that we have upped our game again compared to the last CD. The new stuff literally is sending chills down my spine!

"Last week we finished up all of the drums, rhythm guitars, and bass guitar. This week, we have moved on to vocals and guitar solos. It's incredible how fast the whole process has been going, and it really shows that ASP is becoming a well-oiled machine in the studio."


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