Lisbon, Portugal-based heavy rock ensemble MISS LAVA has tapped Jens Bogren (KATATONIA, OPETH, PARADISE LOST) to mix its full-length debut. The follow-up to the band's self-titled EP (which was released on blood-red vinyl) is being supervised by the promising Portuguese producer Ricardo Espinha. The drum parts were laid down at Estúdios Vale de Lobos (Rui Veloso's studio) during December and the rest of the recordings will continue until the end of March. In early April, the group will travel to Örebro, Sweden to mix the effort at Fascination Street Studios.

MISS LAVA's as-yet-untitled debut will feature the following songs:

01. Black Rainbow
02. Revolt
03. Second Chance
04. Scorpio
05. Blind Dog
06. Blues For The Dangerous Miles
07. Time Flies
08. Don't Tell A Soul That You Found One
09. The Wait
10. Shine On

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/misslavarock.


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