News•April 30, 2009 11:28 AM ET•5,840 views
Winds Of Plague recording new album
Official press release: In February of last year, Winds Of Plague exploded onto the metal scene as the frontrunner of the new generation of heavy music. With their innovative and high energy style, the band captivated audiences across the US and sold upwards of 50,000 units of their Century Media Records debut album, Decimate the Weak. Winds Of Plague are now heading back in the studio with the goal being to redefine extreme all over again. Winds Of Plague have now entered Sound Temple Studios in Rancho Cucamonga, CA with producer extraordinaire Daniel Castleman, who worked with the band on Decimate the Weak, to record The Great Stone War. Winds Of Plague is also extremely excited to be on board as part of the summer's most extreme package tour, Summer Slaughter, alongside Suffocation, Necrophagist, Darkest Hour and others. Vocalist Johnny Plague comments: "This week we lock ourselves inside Sound Temple Studios in Rancho Cucamonga, CA with the up and coming recording wizard Daniel Castleman. We will leave a month later drained and beat but with a new 12 track full length named The Great Stone War. This is the first time we have had to create an album from scratch so we took advantage of the situation and built a themed, well constructed album compared to Decimate The Weak which I feel was more of a collection of songs."
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