Danish metallers AS WE FIGHT has entered Dead Rat Studio in Århus, Denmark with producer Jacob Bredahl (THE BURNING, HATESPHERE, HORNED ALMIGHTY) to begin recording five songs for an exclusive full-length split album with THE PSYKE PROJECT, which will be released under the name EBOLA in April 2011. The release will see the return of AS WE FIGHT's original singer Laurits Medom, who has rejoined the band after a three-year absence.
Commented AS WE FIGHT: "After three albums, we are pleased to avoid the traditional release process and explore new opportunities with THE PSYKE PROJECT in connection with the EBOLA collaboration. We have furthermore focused on a more rock and dynamic approach to the music."
Visit the EBOLA platform in order to receive more information about the upcoming split release with AS WE FIGHT and THE PSYKE PROJECT.
"Meet Your Maker", the third album from AS WE FIGHT, was released in May 2009 through Dockyard 1 Records. The CD was produced and mixed by Jacob Bredahl (HATESPHERE, KOLDBORN) and mastered by Ziggy (ILLDISPOSED, RAUNCHY, MERCENARY).
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