Swedish melodic death metallers CIPHER SYSTEM have uploaded the third in a series of clips featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the recording sessions for the band's sophomore album, "Communicate The Storms". Mixing will once again be handled by Fredrik Nordstrm at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden.
According to the band, "The music direction hasn't changed that much since [the release of 2004's debut, 'Central Tunnel Eight'], so it's still melodic death metal we are talking about." Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "A Lesson Learned", "End My Path", "Forget To Forgive", "Objection", "The Failure Start" and "Project Life Collapse".
CIPHER SYSTEM is currently seeking a suitable record label to release "Communicate The Storms". Interested parties can contact the band at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Central Tunnel Eight" came out in November 2004 through Lifeforce Records.
CIPHER SYSTEM is:
Carl Obbel - Vocals
Johan Eskilsson (ex-DEAD BY APRIL) - Guitar
Andreas Allenmark (ex-ANATA) - Guitar
Henric Carlsson (ex-NIGHTRAGE) - Bass
Emil Frisk - Drums
Peter Engstrm - Keyboards
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