The Dutch extreme metal band Slechtvalk finished recording their new album In April. The upcoming yet untitled album is recorded, mixed & mastered with Lasse Lammert at the LSD-Studio in Lübeck (Germany). The album will be released this fall/winter. A new update follows below:
‘First of all, I (Shamgar) would like to apologize for the lack of communication lately. Previously we always relied on Record Labels to deal with all sort of details that we were oblivious to and I’m not really the type of person that gets energy from arranging things (other than music).’
‘Today (sept. 7th) we expect the (hopefully) final mix of the new album. Due to vacation we couldn’t properly review the mix we received in July. There were many tweaks we deemed necessary and we wanted to be thorough in our response and Lasse Lammert has a busy schedule.’
‘This week we expect the first sketches from Raymond Swanland, which we already thought we would receive several weeks ago. We don’t know his schedule, but we guess it may take more time before it’s finished and his artwork will be very important for the rest of the booklet/casing design.’
‘So all-in-all we don’t expect we can deliver in November and will aim for January 2016 instead.’
Slechtvalk‘s latest album “A Forlorn Throne” was released in the summer of 2010 through the German record label Whirlwind Records, and once and for all proved Slechtvalk’s dominance as one of the best Dutch Blackmetalacts, receiving excellent reviews throughout Europe.
To read our album review, for “A Forlorn Throne” click here.
Slechtvalk‘s keyboard player Premnath Gonesh has released his second solo album “Circumstantia” in November of last year, find the review here.