BYZANTINE: New Album Being Mastered

West Virginia-based "tech-metal" band BYZANTINE have posted the following update regarding their sophomore release, "...And They Shall Take Up Serpents":

"Right now the album is getting the finishing touches put on it at the West West Side Mastering House in New Jersey. At the helm is famed mastering engineer Alan Douchess. Alan has mastered many great album from bands such as HATEBREED, SEPULTURA, GOD FORBID, MASTADON and SHADOWS FALL to name a few. The album will then be packaged and distributed in time for its July 12th release. Mark your calanders."

The follow-up to "The Fundamental Component" was once again produced by the band and Charles A. Fisher and was mixed by Brad Divens (FU MANCHU, WRATHCHILD AMERICA).

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