That’s right, you raving lunatic.
San Diego’s Pathology has entered Lambesis Studios in the band’s hometown with producer Daniel Castleman, to begin recording their new album for a fall release.
Yes, Lambesis Studios is owned by Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying. Smart move, dude. The band won’t always be bringing in the coin.
This will be Pathology’s first album will the band’s new lineup, including vocalist Jonathan Huber and second guitarist Kevin Schwartz, who have spent time on the road with their new bandmates during recent U.S. and European tours.
“I’m very excited to be back in the studio,” says drummer Dave Astor. “Producer Daniel Castleman has done some of the best and heavy recordings out there. This will be the tightest and heaviest recording we have ever done. The new material we wrote is more thought out and way more brutal then anything that we have ever written. We’re doing the same brutal music as we have always done. We just made the breakdowns heavier, the fast parts faster, and the slow parts slower.”
Soon, Pathology will be hitting the road with Grave and Blood Red Throne for a U.S. tour. And by soon, I meant August 30.
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