SENTENCED To Begin Mixing New CD Today
Finland's SENTENCED have finished recording their brand as-yet-untitled album and are due to enter Helsinki's Finnvox Studios today to begin mixing the effort late a late spring release through Century Media Records. In other news, SENTENCED have selected Pasi Pauni, who was responsible for the “Killing Me, Killing You” clip, to direct the group's next video for an as-yet-undetermined cut off the new CD.
As previously reported, SENTENCED started recording their latest album at Finnvox Studios, where they tracked all drums and bass with producer Hiili Hiilesmaa (who collaborated with the group on their Crimson opus) before moving over to Mastervox Studios in Oulu, Finland for the remainder of the recording process. Song titles set to appear on the album include the following:
01. Guilt And Regret
02. As Hard As I Try
03. At Your Grave
04. You Are The One
06. Aika Multaa Muistot (Everything Is Nothing)
07. Excuse Me While I Kill Myself
08. Losing My Faith
10. Blood & Tears
11. Man In The Bottle
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