Finnish melodic death metallers Crystalic have posted the following update:

"We are hitting D-Studio 19.12.2008 for the drum recordings of our second full lenght album.
Rest of the instruments and vocals are going to be handled by Deaf Ear Music with Matti Auerkallio on the helm.

There's definitely some surprises coming your way with the new material, for example the fastest Crystalic song to date (with some blastbeats!) and also the slowest one. Stay tuned for a possible studio diary, photos, videos etc once we get going!

Also we have updated the site with some new promo/livepics by Heikki Santasalo, Check 'em out at this location."


Source: crystalic.net
Band profile: Crystalic
 
Posted: 07.12.2008 by SlaytallicA



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Black Conundrum - 07.12.2008 at 21:56  
Wow, only eight news posts in the seven days of December so far. That's only 1.142857 news posts per day, which is kind of low for metalstorm.ee.

Concerning this news, I have never heard of Crystalic before.
Metal Maiden - 08.12.2008 at 00:17  
I liked their previous vocalist, kinda reminded me of John Tardy a bit ( ), and the album was nice too...I remember I liked Severe Punishment a lot at the time...Looking forward to this, hope the new guy is decent enough...

Edit: lol, I just found out I had actually commented on Jeff's review of their first album, haha...
SlaytallicA - 30.12.2008 at 23:41  
Click here to see a video footage from the second album recordings.

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