Maldives-based extreme power metal outfit Nothnegal are currently in the studio recording their debut full-length. The band writes:

"So we are back in studio after a much needed break and as you may already know, have been writing the material for this album for over a year now and the whole album have actually been rewritten four times! We have been working hard on the overall sound and the material thats gonna end up on the album turned out to be completely different from what we started out with. Due to the writing process, we had to postpone the originally planned recording schedule. But it's all good now, we got 8 songs all done and ready to record. And if you are wondering what they sound like, it does have some melodic elements from the Antidote EP and they are mixed with some heavy/thrashy guitars, everything is slower compared to what we have doing before. We played two songs from the album, "Claymore" and "Janus" on our show with Arch Enemy last month.

Kevin Talley (Dååth, ex-Misery Index, ex-Dying Fetus, ex-Chimaira) has already tracked the drums for all of the songs which were awesome as expected! So whats left now is the guitars, bass, vocals and keys, everything except the drums..."

Nothnegal recently signed a worldwide deal with record label Season Of Mist. The band will also be supporting Finntroll, Samael and Rotting Christ on their European tour in November.

Posted: 15.08.2010 by Thryce


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flamesoficarus - 15.08.2010 at 13:09  
This band is fucking awesome !

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