Ukranian metal juggernauts JINJER have entered the studio to record the follow-up to their 2019 EP "Micro". Tentatively due in the fall, the disc is being laid down at the Kaska Studio in Kiev with producer Max Morton, who previously worked with JINJER on "Micro" as well as the acclaimed albums "Cloud Factory" and "King Of Everything".
The band states: "No rest for the wicked! Together with our longtime friend and producer Max Morton, we are pleased to announce that we've entered Kaska Studio in Kiev to begin recording our third full album, to be released later this year. Trust us, it's gonna blow your heads off."
JINJER will return to North America this fall on a headline tour. Due to overwhelming demand, JINJER will upgrade to bigger venues in Mesa, Montreal, Toronto, Indianapolis and Albuquerque to allow more fans to attend. There has also been one more show added on October 27 in Minneapolis at the Turf Club.
The band cannot wait for the upcoming tour, saying in a statement: "We are extremely grateful to our North American fans for the love and support they've shown us time and time again! Tickets are selling like hotcakes, which means bigger venues. Better shows. MORE JINJER! Hell, we even have something special planned for you guys!"
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