Battlecross just got all finished up with their new record at Audiohammer Studios after working with Mark Lewis (Black Dahlia Murder, Trivium, Whitechapel) and Eyal Levi (Daath). See what they have to say about the experience!
Battlecross are tidying up their next reord's name and track list currently to be released, but until then we can hear about how cool the tracking process was to whet our appetites! I'm game. It's actually really interesting to hear what they have to say because it's not just the standard "yeah, it was cool" fare. There's a lot of insight into the studio, the process, and pretty much anything else you'd want to know! Give it a go! Guitarist Tony Asta said-
We truly pushed ourselves on the brand-new album. Dealing with Mark and Eyal at Audiohammer was learning experience for me, especially while developing my lead guitar parts. The cd came out light years ahead of my expectations and I’m proud to say I influenced it. The recording procedure was many different than I was utilized to but I truly like their technique. The relaxeded atmosphere, blended with the provide or be delivered expectations, actually motivated me to do my best.
While bassist Don Slater had to offer-
What makes recording a cd virtually seem uncomplicated is the environment and professionalism you are dealing with; Eyal Levi and Mark Lewis at Audiohammer are prime examples of this in first-class kind. As relaxeded as their approach is to their craft, it makes it possible for unbroken focus to the project by not fogging things up with unwanted tension. I merely could not have actually requested for a better team of gentlemen to deal with, and the almost random cameos by Jason Suecof were a treat too. These men know exactly what they are doing, and it shows in their work, particularly our upcoming launch. Likewise, knowing the caliber of musicians they’ve dealt with drove me to do the greatest I could for this cd, motivating me to think outside the typical bass box. Our experience with Audiohammer not only pushed us to make the best damned cd possible, however likewise made a better artist of myself. I cannot thank them enough.