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KATAKLYSM Hits the Studio in January

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Montreal, Quebec, Canada-based death metal band KATAKLYSM hits the studio next January to record the follow-up to their album “Waiting For The End To Come”.

As quoted from Blabbermouth.net:

“The process will take three months to complete, with three different producers at the helm. Seasoned guitarist and longtime studio engineer J-F Dagenais will be tracking drums, guitars and bass, while traveling between Montreal and Texas. Vocalist Maurizio Iacono will be tracking vocals in Florida with producer Mark Lewis (WHITECHAPEL, DEVILDRIVER, CANNIBAL CORPSE). The entire process will be mixed and mastered in the UK by legendary producer Andy Sneap (MEGADETH, TESTAMENT, EXODUS, AMON AMARTH).”

No word yet on a working title for the album, but it is tentatively scheduled to be released in the summer of 2015 via Nuclear Blast.

The band recently launched an Australia and Japan tour, followed by Brazil, South Africa and many others.

KATAKLYSM had one of the busiest year in its entire career supporting “Waiting For The End To Come”. The band launched a successful run in Australia and Japan a year ago and made its way to many other countries, including some first-time stops in places like Brazil and South Africa, among others. This December, the campaign, which saw the band play 150 shows, will conclude with three concerts in Mexico.

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