TRIBULATION Begins Recording New Album
Swedish quartet TRIBULATION has entered the studio to record the follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed 2015 release "The Children Of the Night".
"After tracking all the drums in the classic Soundtrade Studios, we are now residing in Studio Cobra," the band states. "It is a strange and wicked brew that we are currently concocting together with Martin Ehrencrona. 2018 will see the Vampyre return in a new form to usher in a new era of ventures and audible gloominess."
TRIBULATION's as-yet-untitled fourth studio album is due in January 2018.
Prior to the release of the new disc, TRIBULATION will support ARCH ENEMY fonor the European leg of the "Will To Power" world tour. Aso appearing on the bill are WINTERSUN and JINJER.
TRIBULATION says: "It is happening again! We are returning to the road in conjunction with the release of our new album, first stop Europe with no other than ARCH ENEMY. See you all soon!"
Johannes Andersson - vocals, bass
Adam Zaars - guitar
Jonathan Hultén - guitar
Oscar Leander - drums
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