EUMERIA, the brainchild of former OUTWORLD keyboardist Bobby Williamson, is recording its debut album at Origin Sound in Spring, Texas with producer Craig Douglas (HELSTAR, NECROFAITH, LYCOPHILE). Williamson says, "We have a few more recordings to go including bass guitar, guitar solos and some keyboards. We expect to finish this up in three to four weeks."
He adds, "So far it's the best studio set up I've ever been a part of. We are very impressed with the results so far. There is some serious magic going on with our new songs, [and] we can't wait to show them to [everyone] soon!"
After leaving OUTWORLD, Bobby wanted to create a brand of music that was unique and exciting. EUMERIA was initially conceived as a musical project but the musicians involved felt there was some magic happening with the music being written, along with the camaraderie. Thus EUMERIA became a fully functional band.
In addition to Bobby, the group features hand-picked talent from both sides of the Atlantic, including British musicians Jonny Tatum (vocals) and Reece Fullwood (guitar) alongside drummer Adam Sagan (formerly of INTO ETERNITY). The band is rounded out by Bobby's former OUTWORLD bandmate Shawn Kascak on bass guitar.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/eumeria.
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