LYZANXIA: 'Locust' Artwork Unveiled
French metallers LYZANXIA will release their fourth album, "Locust", on May 31 through XIII Bis Records (via Sony Music distribution). The CD was produced by David and Franck Potvin (ONE-WAY MIRROR, PHAZE I) at Déclanché Studio in Switzerland and Dome Studio in France and was mastered by Swedish master Björn Engelmann (RAMMSTEIN, MESHUGGAH, BEHEMOTH). The cover artwork was designed by Alain Tréhard and can be viewed below. According to a press release, "The Potvin brothers have been working for many years with artist Tréhard and feel that he has captured the ominous essence of 'Locust' with a visual piece that superbly complements the intensity unleashed within as the band's signature thrash riff mastery promises to be at its deadliest yet!"
LYZANXIA's third full-length album, "Unsu", was released in September 2006 via Listenable Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Mindcrimes" was recorded and mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden by Fredrik Nordström and Patrick J. Sten. The mastering was done by Peter In De Betou at Tailor Maid Studio. The album has 12 tracks and the cover artwork was designed by Alain Tréhard.
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