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Studio progress Pt. 2

I know the progress of making new songs have been a bit slow lately. Next week we’re starting to work again. Torstein are currently working on new parts and he will send it to me and I will get behind the drums 24/7 to make the drum tracks. It will be a nonstop progress with blood, swet and tears ’till the pre-productions are complete.

The sound:

We’re going for minimum guitar layers this time and the drum sound will have a natural “garbage” sound. Hammond (Yes, real Hammond) solo or 2. The vocals are leaning over to more clean vocals than screaming. For now these are our ideas for how we want the sound to be. Allthough changes and new ideas will always appear. This time we will use another studio to record the drums and we will find an engineer to mix and record with us. It will be an excited session and new turns in our carreer. And of course an album that will punch you right in the face.

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  1. wyrm

    Woohoo! I think I like the new approach!

    Oct 06, 2009 @ 07:53

  2. Tom

    I have just had the intensest out-and-out musical orgasm in my 31 years of living listening to this incredible masterpiece of music that is Warring Factions. All the way from goose bumps on The Tunguska Incident and Sierra Day, through shivers down the spine on At His Wit’s End, to a genuine flood of happiness when the last note on Prime Warring Eschatologist faded to silence.
    After I had collected myself from this unearthly Experience (no, the capital e is not a typo), I felt compelled to let you guys know that you have made and continue to make a huge difference in my life. This is an invaluable musical gem, in my book, and I AM a spoiled metalhead, indeed. Unbelievable riffs, heart-breaking solos, not a second of filler in those 61+ minutes and it keeps feeling as if it were written for me.

    It may have taken several listens to get to know all tracks, but there are no words I could use to describe how musically orgasmic Warring Factions is to me now. My most treasured album (and band!) far and wide and regardless of genre.
    I want to thank you most sincerely for writing and performing music just the way you are. It means a world to me. And I just cannot wait to listen to what you come up with in 2010.

    Thumbs up for ya, gentlemen, thumbs up! :-)

    Nov 29, 2009 @ 23:00

  3. Jotun

    Pretty cool ! Your previous record was amazing, If this one is better, it will be my 20xx favorite ! ^^
    May the Force be with you.

    Dec 12, 2009 @ 20:22

  4. wyrm

    Any NEW news?

    Dec 22, 2009 @ 22:13

  5. torstein

    Nothing big for now, still writing music. Some side projects will probably distract us for a little while, we’ll keep you posted of that too.

    BTW, Tom & Jotun: much appriciated!

    Dec 27, 2009 @ 22:10

  6. Chris

    Hey dudes!

    I’m looking forward hearing new stuff soon. Maybe you’ll remember me… I wrote the “Axiom” and “Warring Factions” reviews for the German “Scarred For Life” webzine (which stopped their activity after ten years) and did two interviews with you for that zine. Still love your albums!

    All the best

    Apr 02, 2010 @ 22:39

  7. torstein

    thanks chris, we remember you! if you are reviewing for someone else, i’ll get you the new album when it’s out.

    Apr 13, 2010 @ 02:01