PRIMITIVE GRAVEN IMAGE To Enter Studio In January

Guitarist Luke "Ljosalfur" Lehane of the U.K. black metallers PRIMITIVE GRAVEN IMAGE has issued the following update:

"After a year of writing, recording, scraping, rewriting, messing about and re-recording, the new album is (nearly) done. I can bring you the exciting news that we will be entering the studio at the end of January to mix the album with none other than Russ Russell (DIMMU BORGIR, NAPALM DEATH... and countless others). So very much looking forward to that! We will be looking for another label to release this new album as Open Grave Records is no longer. I would like to thank all at OGR for everything they have done for us. We would never have gotten this far without their support and belief in us."

PRIMITIVE GRAVEN IMAGE's debut album, "Traversing the Awesome Night", was released in the U.S. in April 2007 on Open Grave Records.

PRIMITIVE GRAVEN IMAGE second-album teaser:

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