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CORONER: TO START RECORDING COMEBACK ALBUM

by MythofRock

 

Coroner have stated that the band will start recording its new, comeback album in February 2023. The long-awaited follow-up to 1993’s “Grin” will be released sometime in 2023 via Century Media Records. 

Guitarist Tommy Veterrli (a.k.a. Tommy T. Baron) said in a recent interview, about songwriting progress on Coroner’s sixth studio album: “We’re working really hard on it at the moment. All the songs have to be finished by mid-December. There’s one song missing. Pre-production needs to be finished by the end of the year. Then, I have recordings for the upcoming ELUVEITIE album. Ron [Broder, a.k.a. Ron Royce, bass] and I are meeting today to make a plan. We will start recording in the second half of February”.

When asked about the music style of the new songs, Veterrli answered: “It’s hard to say. It’s more Grin’ than ‘Reborn Through Hate’. For me, these are songs. It’s a showcase of what we learned and practiced. Everybody who has heard the pre-production, including the record company, is really happy and thinks that’s the way the band should sound. It’s more about feel and is song-oriented. The technical stuff is still there, but not the main thing. It’s going to be weird, like all Coroner songs. My goal is always to do something I didn’t hear one-hundred times before. Most bands are a copy of another band. There are a lot of great bands, but I miss the freshness or originality”.

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