Sacramento’s Will Haven have been working on a new record for some time now, and it looks as though they’re getting closer and closer to completing the bastard, as singer Grady Avenell has been tracking vocals.
“Grady is halfway done with vocals for the new record, all I can say is damn!,” reads the band’s Blogspot, which also has a picture of Grady doing his thing. “He is KILLING IT! He sounds more amazing than ever; straight rage, emotion and feeling on this one. Getting close my friends, can’t wait for everyone to hear it. Have info soon on the new record.”
Chris Fehn of Slipknot is handling bass duties on the new disc, which could feature a dozen tracks. Last month, the band issued another update on the disc, claiming that most of the instruments for the album had been tracked.
“Its been a bit but wanted to update everyone on the record; we have tracked all the guitars, bass and drums. We tracked 12 songs (not sure if all 12 will be on there). We recorded it here in Sacramento with our good friend Matt Pedri. We are very happy with the way its coming together. As of now we are in the mixing process and adding some stuff here and there; Grady is due to come into the studio in the next week and start laying down vocals. We are pretty excited to hear Grady over this stuff, going to be insane. Thank you for the support and we will update again soon.”
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