Orphaned Land - Start Recording New Album


Good news from the Orphaned Land camp. The progressive metal band has just started the recordings for their brand new album in Istanbul. No release date is set as of now and not much is known about the upcoming release yet but the band will do recording sessions in Sweden, Turkey and Israel. The band's latest album, The Never Ending Way Of ORwarriOR, came out in 2010.

Frontman Kobi Farhi previously said about the new album: "It's a special and amazing album, different than the ones we did in the past. I felt I should give up growling for this specific album."

This will also be the first album without the departed guitarist Matti Svatitzki.

Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Orphaned Land
 
Posted: 29.12.2012 by BloodTears


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29.12.2012 - 23:32
Unhealer
Eclecticist
"I felt I should give up growling for this specific album."
Are we getting oriental 70's prog rock from them as well? I know it's unlikely, but with every prog metal band going for it lately...
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30.12.2012 - 05:02
Fat & Sassy!
Nomcat
Yeah, I wouldn't say that the harsh vocals have been a highlight on their previous albums, so I'm not really worried. I'm hope the album will be as dynamic and moving as their previous efforts! ^~^
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30.12.2012 - 17:57
mariano
Written by Unhealer on 29.12.2012 at 23:32

"I felt I should give up growling for this specific album."
Are we getting oriental 70's prog rock from them as well? I know it's unlikely, but with every prog metal band going for it lately...

The harsh vocals is one of the very few things I didn't like quite that much from previous albums. So focusing on clean vocals doesn't sound bad.
I'm wondering though, what's going to be the new sound for guitars...?
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26.01.2013 - 14:16
YossiSassi
Hey guys,
Guitar sound and production will stay in tact and flowing, heavy, modern and raw when needed, and "sonically wide" in the appropriate tracks. hope you'll like it.
-YossiS
www.yossisassi.com
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23.02.2013 - 00:38
Kocha
I truly hope that Steven Wilson didn't have much impact on songwriting.
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