IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE Preparing To Record Sophomore Album
Polish death metal/hardcore act IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE will enter the studio in early December to begin recording its sophomore album for a 2010 release. The drums will be laid down at JET Studio in Northern Poland, the guitar and bass will be tracked in Warsaw with Marcin Czajka at helm, the vocals will be recorded in Poznan with Migdal at his mobile studio and the whole thing will be mixed by Vlad at Aesthetic Studio.
IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE is one of Poland's longest-running metal/hardcore bands. Formed in 2002, the group has seen its music evolve from a pure hardcore punk sound to a more metal-influenced direction.
After the release of IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE's first CD, "Buried in Between" (2006), and the departure of its original singer, the band faced numerous difficulties finding a replacement vocalist. They eventually recruited Kamil Zielinski and released a three-track promo EP in January 2009.
The EP is available for streaming and downloading in its entirety on the band's MySpace page.
IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE is:
Leszek Szlenk - Guitar
Piotr Steppa - Guitar
Damian Urbanowski - Drums
Kamil Zielinski - Vocals
Cyprian Lakomy - Bass
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