ILLDISPOSED Going In More 'Old-School' Direction Upcoming CD
Danish metallers ILLDISPOSED are working on tracks for their next album, scheduled to be recorded sometime this fall.
Commented by guitarist/songwriter Jakob Batten: "I have five complete songs ready now, they are recorded in my home studio (instrumentally) and I'm very happy about the result. Three more songs are in progress. This time we're going in a more old-school direction, more heavy bass-drum parts and way less electronics. We'll demo some songs very soon. The pick of studio for the next album hasn't been decided yet, but we definitely want a more raw and heavy sound this time."
You can check out ILLDISPOSED live in Germany in two weeks when they will play Giessen (March 15), Eisleben (March 16) and Hamburg (March 17).
Support comes from Belgium's IN-QUEST and RAUNCHY from Denmark.
ILLDISPOSED's latest CD, "Burn Me Wicked", entered the Danish album chart at position No. 58 last June. The follow-up to 2004's "1-800 Vindication" was recorded at ZigZound Studio during November/December 2005 with producer Ziggy and was mastered by Tue Madsen at Antfarm studio.
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