Kataklysm - Album Recording Complete, New Zealand Dates Cancelled

Kataklysm has just finished the recording process for their highly anticipated new album "Prevail". Comments producer/guitarist Jean-François Dagenais:

"Finally... I'm the one who never takes a break in the band and I can finally breathe!! After two months, the album is fucking done! Just layed down a few leads yesterday and double checked everything, the album came out great. The sources are fantastic and don't expect "In the Arms Of Devastation 2" - this album stands on a league of its own, everyone gave it 150%. It's the most brutal since "Temple Of Knowledge" and "Serenity In Fire" and the most catchy since "Shadows & Dust" and "In The Arms Of Devastation". Expect the best, because that's the effort we gave it. Next week we fly to Jason Suecof's studio in Orlando, FL. where we will be putting the final touches to this masterpiece!"

The album is scheduled for release via Nuclear Blast Records May 23rd Europe / May 27th North America and rest of the world. The band will unleash the new breathtaking artwork next month as a preview.

In other news, it's with sad regret that Kataklysm announces that the band won't be able to make the New Zealand dates on March 20th and 22nd due to "timing issues" related to the new album... BUT the band promises to reschedule ASAP!! All remaining dates in Australia will go as planned. Flights have been booked so Kataklysm will be there and is looking forward to meeting all their fans down under for the first time. Expect an explosive set!

Source: kataklysmrocks.com
Band profile: Kataklysm
Event: Kataklysm: Australian Tour (New Zealand Portion CANCELLED)
Posted: 25.01.2008 by Thryce


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25.01.2008 - 01:52
Advice Troll
Again they canceled it? Poor Syk
Bitch! Please
25.01.2008 - 21:04
Angel of Lust
Can't wait for the new album!

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25.01.2008 - 22:48
YES! i am looking forward to this album.
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