Former SUNDOWN/CEMETARY Mainman To Record Under His Own Name

After years of dedicated service in various bands and "projects", former CEMETARY/SUNDOWN mainman Mathias Lodmalm appears determined to use his own name for his future recordings, none of which are likely to bear any musical resemblance to his previous outings. Says Lodmalm: "After many years of tweaking, writing, nervous breakdowns and about a million project prefixes and remixes of them I have now reached a point where I'm stepping up to the plate to record in my own name. [The] SPEKTRA [project] will remain as it is 'cause it feels very natural to separate the vocal from the non vocal outings. A new dawn is upon my horizon and it feels very relaxing to drop all kinds of genre and name tags as they always felt more restrictive than creative and in the end wind up consuming up a lot of energy only to replace it with confusion. A batch of fresh and diverse material will be up after the summer. Same, same, but different."


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