Blotted Science, the ridiculously technical instrumental group featuring guitarist Ron Jarzombek (Watchtower, Spastic Ink), Alex Webster (Cannibal Corpse, Conquering Dystopia) and Hannes Grossmann (ex-Obscura, Alkaloid), is hitting up the studio this December! No word on if the album will be a full-length, but if so it'll be the group's first LP since 2007's The Machinations of Dementia. If it's not, then it'll still be the first thing they've released in four years come 2015 anyway!
“Our last release, 2011's The Animation Of Entomology was scored to bug movies, this time around the concept is viruses. No song titles have been locked up, but Virology likely will appear in the CD title. As of now, we have 37 minutes of completed material and bits of other tunes on which we are working at the moment. So we are well on our way to having enough music for a full-length CD.
“We are taking a bit of a different approach in terms of song writing, and production on this CD. The tech and brutality will still be there, but we are distributing the writing and production duties more evenly between band members. So Hannes'and Alex's writing input on our next release will be more present, adding a bit of a different element to our sound. We will also have some drastic changes in our production, so we’re pretty stoked about this next release."
Hell yeah! The world needed a little more intricate technical metal to spice things up anyway, and who better to handle that than the masters themselves? Stay tuned for details! Or just listen for a sound that initially sounds like breaking machines and random noises- it'll be a new Blotted Science song you can't play.
[via Prog Sphere]