INSOMNIUM Finishing Up Work On Sophomore Album

Finnish metallers INSOMNIUM are completing work on their sophomore album, tentatively due in early 2004 through Candlelight Records. "The mixing will be finished during this week and the mastering will take place somewhere in the next month," the band write on their web site. "We will update these pages soon and add studio diary and some pictures from the session, but first we have to take few week break and just relax. We really need to get our minds away from this long and stressing effort and concentrate for a while to our studies and day jobs. After that we have more energy and strength to keep on going. So all you need is little patience. For a second matter we don't have any albums left ourselves so you can't order the debut [2002's 'In The Halls Of Awaiting'] any longer through us. Instead we suggest you to go or Those two are also cheap and fast alternatives! However we have still T-shirts left in all sizes, so don't hesitate to mail us ( and ask advices for ordering!"

Upcoming INSOMNIUM tour dates:

Oct. 24 - Joensuu, FIN @ Huvitörmä (w/ TAROT, AGONIZER)
Nov. 14 - Turku, FIN @ Bar Shadow (w/ RAPTURE, SEARING MEADOW)


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