Archive for September, 2014
Nothing to report, really… so why not use an update where’s there nothing to report or an update where we report things we reported a few days ago, so you know we’re not dead or something? Makes sense.
Dirk told me today that he is working on the 6th and final track as we speak. It’ll take little while longer before I get it, but that’s all fine. We can’t rush the phenomenon that this album is becoming. J still got 3 more songs to do vocals for and hopefully that’ll be taken care of asap.
While everything is now out of my hands until I get the remaining drums and vocals I am actually keeping myself busy with other, excellent, musical endeavors that you might be aware of when the time is right.
That’s it. As soon as I have updates on said drums and vocals you know you’ll find out about it here. Can’t fucken wait to start mixing this monster…
And another step in the cause of completing the coming album is now taken. Mr. Marko Saarelainen has pretty much wrapped up his work for the booklet and everything else image wise for this coming beast in audio form, the very thing that will define everything that TPH is about. In his own words:
“- If someone would want me to describe the current artwork and compare the material I’ve done here to something I’ve done before… well, I’d say this is definitely a mix of the artworks of “In Hora Mortis Nostrae” and “Armageddon March Eternal”. Naturally spiced up with today’s flavour of course. Well, I’ve found my style some time ago and it’s not like it has changed dramatically during these last years anyways.”
On a related note: Mr. Verbeuren’s assured me that his final song will be delivered before September’s over, and I can’t explain how much I look forward to hear what he’s cooking up for the grand finale.
Besides that, J’s still got 4 tracks to do and then we can move on to the mix. Can’t wait for his grunts to complete the tunes.
The plans are still intact to have this album released before the end of 2014. Can’t wait to have you guys devour it and see the beauty and brutality of it all. It sure is something else…