BY NIGHT 'Working Hard' On New Material
Falkenberg, Sweden-based metallers BY NIGHT have issued the following update:
"2009 will be an interesting year for all the people around BY NIGHT. We have just booked our first show for 2009 [January 23 at Sticky Fingers in Gothenburg] and we are working hard to get finished with all the songs for the next record. For the time, we have at five new songs and at least ideas for five more, so we are realy close to get it together. The songs seem to be the most heavy and aggressive we have done so far — no compromise or false identity from BY NIGHT. This is realy worth waiting for. That's a promise from us. Time will soon be booked and a new album will be released [before] this year is over."
BY NIGHT's sophomore album, "A New Shape of Desperation", was released in September 2006 via Lifeforce Records. The follow-up to 2005's "Burn the Flags" was recorded at StudioMega in Varberg, Sweden and was mixed by Chris Silver and Johan Öhrnborg. Artwork was handled by Henric Carlsson from BY NIGHT's Lifeforce labelmates NIGHTRAGE.
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