THY DISEASE Hard At Work On New Album

After taking part in the "Covan Wake The Fuck Up Tour 2012" in January, Polish industrial metallers THY DISEASE returned to the studio to resume work their new album for a late 2012 release.

Commented THY DISEASE guitarist Yanuary: "We have happily reached the end of the tour and after a short break, we've started working under our sixth album in our rehearsal room in Krakow. I'm very impressed with how this album is created; the entire band is involved in this process. However, the music which is composed at the present moment, should surely show the path, which the band is going to walk for the next 10 years, I suppose. Very soon we will definitely share with you some details in the form of couple of video reports, which you will be able to watch on our YouTube channel. Meanwhile, we are extremely focused on composing the new tracks. The only exception is going to be the Eliminations For Woodstock concert, which is planned on 15 April in Zabrze in CK Wiatrak club. We cordially invite you to this event. The entrance will be for free, so we hope that all our fans will show us a support."

THY DISEASE's latest album, "Anshur-Za", was released in November 2009 via Mystic Productions. The follow-up to 2006's "Rat Age" was recorded in three different studios and was once again produced by Tomasz Zalewski. The CD's artwork was created by Xaay, who has previously worked with BEHEMOTH.

"Anshur-Za" included two bonus tracks — cover versions of MADONNA's "Frozen" and DEPECHE MODE's "Sinner In Me".


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