De Profundis Hit The Studio To Start Recording New One
You know what sucks? I’m fucking 35 years old and I still get a zit here and there. Today, I awoke to a nice one — on the side of my nose. I first saw it in my periphery, while I was typing. Now, it’s the only thing I can see.
I tried to get rid of it, but could not penetrate it. I thought I was supposed to outgrow this shit. I feel like I’m going to be the only dude at 80 with the occasional zit on his face. Hot!
Anyways, enough about my zit — U.K.-based progressive metal act De Profundis will begin recording the follow-up to their second album, A Bleak Reflection, in November.
The production will be handled by Fernando Pereira Lopes. The band plan to track eight new songs, that’ll run a total of 55 minutes.
“The writing this time was really exciting, because this line up has now been recording and touring for the last two years, so we have gelled a lot as a unit and this transpired in the writing,” says guitarist Shoi Sen. “The music is faster, more technical and more condensed than in the past. We have already been playing a couple of new songs on the road and judging by the crazy reaction we get for them, I think people will get a shock when they hear this new album. We will be posting regular updates and videos snippets of new songs on our revamped Facebook page so make sure to check it out!”