Sweden's DEFLESHED have completed the basic tracks for their fifth studio album, "May the Flesh Be With You", at Dug-Out Studios in Uppsala, Sweden. The group are scheduled to return to the studio in November to record the vocals and mix the effort. "The good thing about this slow process is obviously the result, which will be the far best we've ever done musically and production-wise," the band write on their web site. A video for an as-yet-undisclosed song off the album will be produced and directed by Paul "Themgoroth" Mäkitalo, a longtime friend of our band. The follow-up to 2002's "Royal Straight Flesh" will contain 11 songs plus a "slightly demolished" cover version of MÖTLEY CRÜE's "Red Hot". A March 2005 release through Regain Records is expected.
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