Nachtmystium To Enter Studio Next Month

Blake Judd

That’s fucking right, you havers of good taste.

Nachtmystium’s Blake Judd has posted an update on Facebook, saying the band will hit the studio next week, basically.

“Less than 10 days until the beginning of Nachtmystium’s new albums recording session,” he writes.

“Totally new approach in all ways this time around…new studio, new engineer, new players…this is going to be interesting to see how this goes. I’m producing the whole thing myself and have only hired a bass player and a drummer to do the album with the intentions of doing almost everything else myself and most likely writing the entire record.”

Wow.

“Locking ourselves in a studio an hour and a half outside of Chicago for four weeks (longest session we’ve ever had), coming home for 10 days once primary tracking is complete and then heading back up on August 5th – 14th to finish vocals, over dubs and mixing.

“Can’t wait to get started on this,” he enthuses. “Have a great team on board consisting of John Porada from Terminate on bass guitar and Sam Shroyer from Hate Meditation and Vitandus on drums. Being recorded at Belle City Sound by my old bud Chris Wisco (who recorded the vocals and some over dubs + mixed Worldfall for us back in 2007) at his new studio in Racine, WI. Expecting a very different outcome in all ways with this record. Excited to be totally isolated from my day to day life for the first time while making an album since Eulogy IV in 2004. Should be interesting….”

Fuck, it sure sounds interesting. I can’t wait.

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Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.