SENATE: New EP Details Revealed

Canadian metallers SENATE have issued the following update:

"We're stoked to give you the official news regarding the [new SENATE] EP! Set to drop this summer, this demonic precursor to the full-length will be titled 'In The Kingdom Of Gods' and will contain four new tunes: 'Grailblazer', 'The Whore', 'Gods And Alcoholics' and 'Sympathy For The Insects'… [Check out] the sick cover art [below]!!!

"Soon we'll be heading to 40West studio in Montreal to track the drums, and we're tentatively due in June at Silo studios in Hamilton to track and mix the rest with Julius 'Juice' Butty (PROTEST THE HERO, CANCER BATS). We have nine new tunes for the full-length, which may expand to 10 or 11 depending on how and when we wrap up the writing process, and we hope to have the new full-length out in the first half of 2010."

SENATE's debut album, "The Great Northern Scenekill", was recorded at Silo studios in Hamilton, Ontario with producer Julius "Juice" Butty.


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