At The Gates - To Begin Recording New Album


The Swedes At The Gates are finally beginning the recording sessions for their much anticipated comeback studio album. In the classic line-up of their latest masterpiece, Slaughter Of The Soul (1995), At The Gates have just wrapped up pre-production work for their new material and are about to commence the recording sessions for the upcoming At War With Reality album in the next few days. Below you can also watch a video message from vocalist Tomas Lindberg revealing further details about the upcoming recording sessions.

The band hasn't released a new album in almost two decades. So, yes, no pressure!

At The Gates checked in with the following update via guitarist Anders Björler: "So, things are getting closer to the recording of At War With Reality. We are currently rehearsing and putting the final touches to all the songs. This album is turning into a monster. It's all coming together in a very satisfying way. Stay tuned for some studio updates in June/July".





Festivals 2014:
10.07.2014 - Neskaupstadur (Iceland) - Eistnaflug Festival

At The Gates + Support:
20.11.2014 - Tampere (Finland) - Klubi
21.11.2014 - Jyväskylä Finland) - Lutako
22.11.2014 - Helsinki (Finland) - Nosturi

At The Gates, Grave, Morbus Chron:
27.11.2014 - Göteborg (Sweden) - Trägarn
28.11.2014 - Stockholm (Sweden) - Arenan
29.11.2014 - Malmö (Sweden) - KB

At The Gates, Triptykon, Morbus Chron:
04.12.2014 - London (UK) - Forum
05.12.2014 - Manchester (UK) - Academy 2
06.12.2014 - Glasgow (UK) - Garage
07.12.2014 - Birmingham (UK) - Academy
08.12.2014 - Cardiff (UK) - Solus
10.12.2014 - Essen (Germany) - Turock
11.12.2014 - Hamburg (Germany) - Markthalle
12.12.2014 - Eindhoven (The Netherlands) - Eindhoven Metal Meeting
13.12.2014 - Leipzig (Germany) - Conne Island
14.12.2014 - Vienna (Austria) - Arena
16.12.2014 - Aarau (Switzerland) - Kiff
17.12.2014 - Munich (Germany - Backstage Werk
18.12.2014 - Antwerp (Belgium) - Trix
19.12.2014 - Cologne (Germany) - Essigfabrik
20.12.2014 - Berlin (Germany) - Postbahnhof

At The Gates + Bloodshot Dawn:
31.01.2015 Dublin (Ireland) - Academy

More details about the new album At War With Reality will be unveiled soon.

Source: centurymedia.com
Band profile: At The Gates
 
Posted: 16.06.2014 by BloodTears


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16.06.2014 - 19:44
Arcesse Eum
I'm ambivalent... on one hand I have great hope, on the other, I'm very skeptical that this will live up to the standards of their old material. I'm 100% sure this will be no modern 'Gardens of Grief.'
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16.06.2014 - 20:28
Absak
It will most definitely be like Slaughter of the Soul, that style has a lot more mass appeal.
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16.06.2014 - 23:57
JayMo4
Hey, never know... maybe they'll pull a Carcass and it'll be amazing.
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17.06.2014 - 00:53
Ilham
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My mom's going to be happy. But that means rides in the car might become irritating if I don't find as good as Slaughter Of The Soul.
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17.06.2014 - 03:17
AngelofDeth
Cyborg Raptor
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The band hasn't released a new album in almost two decades. So, yes, no pressure!


Not to mention there last album was/is one of the most famous melodeath albums of all time... lol

Really hoping it's good, At the Gates is an awesome band.
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17.06.2014 - 03:34
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by JayMo4 on 16.06.2014 at 23:57

Hey, never know... maybe they'll pull a Carcass and it'll be amazing.



Since when was Surgical Steel amazing? Not in my and loads of other people's books. That album was total averageness reincarnated.
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17.06.2014 - 03:39
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by deadone on 17.06.2014 at 03:38


And it certainly won over a lot of critics and metal journos.


Yep the fanboys and deaf ones
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17.06.2014 - 04:03
Lehctim
Surgical Steel got an 8.5 on this website I'd say that's pretty damn good
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17.06.2014 - 07:03
Verdun_sc
Unfortunately there's no way it'll be anywhere near TRITSIO. While nothing theyve done is bad, nothing theyve done even comes close to that record either.
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17.06.2014 - 13:30
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Verdun_sc on 17.06.2014 at 07:03

Unfortunately there's no way it'll be anywhere near TRITSIO. While nothing theyve done is bad, nothing theyve done even comes close to that record either.



Unfortunately you are totally right. TRITSIO is on a greatness level of its own when compaered to anything they released afterwards. It truly is by far the best thing they ever recorded.
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17.06.2014 - 18:08
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 17.06.2014 at 13:30

Unfortunately you are totally right. TRITSIO is on a greatness level of its own when compaered to anything they released afterwards. It truly is by far the best thing they ever recorded.

TRITSIO is a death metal masterpiece. No one should expect a comeback album from At The Gates to be anywhere near the quality of that. On the other hand, I am interested to see how this turns out, as I don't believe ATG ever recorded anything mediocre (although Slaughter of the Soul does come close at some points). Terminal Spirit Disease V2.0 would be nice, but I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
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17.06.2014 - 18:12
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Terminal Spirit Disease, with an actual full album of proper songs this time, would be nice indeed
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17.06.2014 - 18:44
JayMo4
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 17.06.2014 at 03:34
Since when was Surgical Steel amazing? Not in my and loads of other people's books. That album was total averageness reincarnated.


I've never been one to confuse my opinion with the mainstream, although since you mentioned it I'm far from alone in thinking Surgical Steel was very good. Now I don't believe it was Carcass' best, but it was a high quality album after a 17 year hiatus - pretty rare and impressive in my book. Certainly you and "loads of other people" are entitled to disagree, of course.
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