Danish modern metallers MNEMIC have announced that their upcoming third album will feature guest appearances by Jeff Walker (CARCASS) and Shane Embury (NAPALM DEATH).
Commented guitarist Mircea Gabriel Eftemie: "Last weekend, we hooked up with two fine gentelmen, Jeff and Shane from U.K. grind masters CARCASS and NAPALM DEATH. We grew up on the 'Symphonies', 'Necroticism' and 'Harmony Corruption' records, and it's nothing short of an honour to have such legendary musicians on our new album. Jeff did an amazing job singing along with Guillaume [ex-SCARVE and current MNEMIC singer Guillaume Bideau] and Shane doing back-ups. The song turned out really brutal and we simply can't wait to hear the final mix!"
Check out pictures from the recording sessions at this location.
In other news, "Guillaume has recorded vocals for nine songs and there is still a lot of post-production to be done before mixing the album, but everything is progressing according to schedule," Mircea said. "There will be more surprises coming your way!"
The current sessions mark the first time that MNEMIC have recorded in America and represent the second production project of FEAR FACTORY guitarist Christian Olde Wolbers for Nuclear Blast Records, as he recently turned the knobs for THREAT SIGNAL's debut "Under Reprisal" (due out August 22 in North America). He commented recently, "I'm honored to get the opportunity to work with MNEMIC, and I am actually a fan of the band."
The follow-up to 2004's "The Audio Injected Soul", MNEMIC's new album is due out in early 2007.