Death Metal veterans Vader has announced that they have begun recording their new studio album. A message from the group reads as follows:
“We started new recordings in Hertz Studios in Bialystok. We spent the whole afternoon being setting up drum kit, testing new skins and cymbals. There was also time to familiarize with new architecture of lately much rebuilded studio. Day One in production of Welcome To The Morbid Reich. We plan to record nine-ten fresh songs and three bonus pieces: redux of one old Vader classic (which is gonna be added to the refreshed live set for summer) and two cover songs (those will be kinda surprise for many for sure).
“Spider also prepared few songs for the record and this will be his debut in Vader as a composer. There will be several studio reports available soon. The first episode should be ready by the end of March. You will be informed about the progress of the album. Welcome to the new world of the Morbid Reich!”
Vader is a Polish Death Metal band from Olsztyn, formed in 1983. According to Piotr Wiwczarek, the band’s founding singer and guitar player, the band’s name was inspired by Darth Vader from the Star Wars film series. Lyrical themes include stories by H. P. Lovecraft. According to Billboard magazine, from 2003 Vader sold over 500,000 releases around the world.