INTRONAUT Enters Studio to Begin Working on New Album

By on October 14, 2012

INTRONAUT, the notorious post-metal prog act hailing from Los Angeles, has entered the studio to begin working on their fourth full length album.  Drums will be recorded by producer John Haddad [Exhumed, Phobia] at Trench Studios, while Derek Donley [Bereft] will be handling recording duties for all other elements.  Andrew Schneider [Unsane, Cave In] will be mixing the album and David D’Andrea will be working with the band again on artwork and layout.
Vocalist and guitarist Sacha Dunable comments: “After a year of intense, full-time writing mode, we are elated to begin recording our fourth full length this week.  It’s a little early to have perspective on how it compares to our past records, but it should be a banger.  Expect a wildly technical, emotionally charged, organic sounding record.”
INTRONAUT recently posted a video of a rehearsal, where they’re practicing a new song.  The footage can be seen here: http://youtu.be/WJwKs3EBeAY
The new album is tentatively scheduled for a Spring 2013 release.  INTRONAUT’s last studio album, Valley Of Smoke, was met with vast critical acclaim and the band toured extensively in support of the album.  In addition to landing a slot as direct support for TOOL, INTRONAUT toured with Animals As Leads, Cynic, The Ocean, Helmet and more.
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