Los Angeles, CA’s ABYSMAL DAWN recently wrapped up the recording and mixing process to their new album and follow up to 2008’s Programmed to Consume.
“We’ve been working on and off in the studio on this album since May and now we’re finally done,” commented ABYSMAL DAWN guitarist/vocalist Charles Elliott. “After a series of set backs, illness, and going through a world of shit in our personal lives, we had no choice but to make this record our revenge and the defining moment for ABYSMAL DAWN. We’ve had the finished mixes for about a week now and everyone that has heard it has been just blown away. We can already tell that this will be the record that the band will become known for. It’s a very varied, extreme, technical, and melodic record and I can promise you that no one will be disappointed.”
The yet-untitled album’s drum parts were recorded at Trench Studios in Corona, CA with John Haddad (PHOBIA, INTRONAUT, HIRAX). The majority of the sessions were produced and recorded by Mike Bear (ARTISAN, ex-PROTOTYPE), at Artisan Road Studios in Encino, CA and the CD was mixed and mastered by Erik Rutan (CANNIBAL CORPSE, GOATWHORE, HATE ETERNAL) at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, FL. An early 2011 release date is expected with additional recording / album details to be made available shortly.
ABYSMAL DAWN is available for interviews / studio reports upon request. To speak with the band, simply contact Betsey Cichoracki at Relapse Records via any of the means listed at the bottom of this message. Updated ABYSMAL DAWN news and tour information will be made available at the Relapse Records website: www.RELAPSE.com and the ABYSMAL DAWN MySpace: www.MySpace.com/AbysmalDawn.
ABYSMAL DAWN 2010 photo (credit: Shootie HG):
ABYSMAL DAWN tour dates:
Nov. 20 Tempe, AZ U.B.’s Bar (w/ VEHEMENCE)
“an ass-kicking death metal beast.” – Blabbermouth.net
“Fans of extreme, crushing death metal played with technicality and skill will bow down and worship Abysmal Dawn” – S.O.D.
“[Abysmal Dawn] craft an evil strain of death metal that balances brutality, song writing, great lead work and technique” – METAL MANIACS
“this lot could dethrone JFAC as kings of new American death metal.” – ROCK SOUND